A superficially entertaining science-fiction action/adventure film that might have worked better had it focused more on the “science fiction” elements and less on the “action/adventure” ones.
As beguiling as it is frustrating, with a fascination for the visual style compensating for a difficult-to-navigate storyline.
This dark twist on the female coming-of-age story is worth seeing as much for its subdued thriller aspects as for its warped sense of humor.
"Three Billboards" lingers, not only because of the richness and complexity of the characters but because of the choices McDonagh makes in bringing this story to the screen.
Boasts a lighter tone but regurgitates the basic story of every other superhero team-up.
For the most part, this is a well-formed tale of pain and tragedy about men who give up everything and get little in return.
Lifeless, contrived, and sleep-inducing, it’s an example of how badly wrong a film can go.
An orgy of incoherence, a sensory assault that suffocates the viewer in a cavalcade of special effects incontinence.
"T2" has targeted a small audience and the group that thinks Boyle has again found greatness will be smaller still.