Despite the "Deliverance" vibe that permeates the production, "Blood Money" delivers a bit more.
Science fiction that rivets the attention, excites the imagination, and engages the mind.
Disappointingly shallow and superficial, recreating events from an earlier era as the Hollywood of today would like them to be remembered.
The movie may be marketed to art house audiences but it has something to say to (and about) us all.
Undone by a litany of bad decisions and the underlying weakness of the core material.
Weird without being off-putting and offers a different kind of experience than most films.
The film works primarily because of its big heart and ability to engage our emotions while not turning off our brains.
Despite having been feted at Cannes 2017, Coppola isn’t working at the level where she once toiled.
Its combination of good pacing and a willingness to tell a story remind us of what summer movies once were.
This film’s tone is so inconsistent as to cause whiplash and it frequently substitutes emotional manipulation for intelligence.