Challenges the kind of by-the-numbers approach that has dominated multiplex fare this year; it is brave, unconventional, and unique.
This mean-spirited and unpleasant production is unlikely to find favor with many either inside or outside of the Elvis fan base.
Comes across like a mediocre SNL skit that is already running too long before the first half-hour has expired.
The movie offers limited entertainment for those who enjoy this sort of fare but fails as anything more than a throw-away streaming option.
For those enamored with Ti West’s extraordinarily entertaining 2022 horror film, "X," his latest effort is required viewing, although it’s a much different kettle of fish.
The more familiarity one has with Jane Austen, the more likely the 2022 "Persuasion" is to be seen as an abomination.
Thoroughly conventional by the director’s standards, the central narrative is accessible and offers a wrenching emotional experience.
Perhaps not as powerful or wrenching as Campion intended for it to be but "The Power of the Dog" remains an unsettling piece of cinema.