U.S. Release Date: 2021-10-15
MPAA Rating: "R" (Violence, Gore, Profanity)
Director: David Gordon Green
Cast: Jamie Lee Curtis, Kyle Richards, Charles Cyphers, Anthony Michael Hall, Robert Longstreet, Dylan Arnold, Will Patton, James Jude Courtney, Andi Matichak, Judy Greer, Nancy Stephens
One of the better sequels, containing all the requisite elements to make it popular among horror film lovers regardless of their ages.
"Lamb" is very much a visual experience, relying on tone to buttress narrative weaknesses.
The film’s occasional overreaches aren’t always a negative; the high points are very high and, when it’s all over, most viewers will remember them.
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U.S. Release Date: 2021-10-01
MPAA Rating: "R" (Violence, Profanity, Sexual Content, Nudity)
Director: Alan Taylor
Cast: Alessandro Nivola, John Magaro, Billy Magnussen, Michael Gandolfini, Giuseppina Moltisanti, Ray Liotta, Corey Stoll, Jon Bernthal, Vera Farmiga, Leslie Odom Jr., Michael Imperioli
Enough not only to whet the appetite for the TV Series, "The Sopranos," but to provide a moderately satisfying meal in its own right.
With its short running length, this drunk-on-CGI production is less a movie and more the outline of something ambitious.
A series of loosely connected skits, this lacks a coherent narrative and appears to have been targeted almost exclusively at the pre-teen crowd.
There’s a dissonance between the film’s darker subjects and its seeming desire to offer something uplifting at the end, and the mediocre songs are a distraction.
Among the best Tarantino-influenced thrillers to have made it to theaters in the last quarter-century.
"Blue Bayou" channels plenty of anger and passion and the narrative lynchpin is compelling but Chon’s capabilities as a writer don’t match those as a director and an actor.
A lively, crowd-pleasing story with heart to go along with the glitter and glitz.