Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 09/21/20
A few more hours in the editing room and it would have been perfect. This gothic tale of faith, depravity, and retribution holds together even as it fumbles with its source material's tricky narrative.
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 09/14/20
It won't ever be as iconic as its predecessors, but "Face the Music" is likely the best "Bill & Ted" movie you could possibly get in this day and age.
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 09/11/20
This esoteric rulebreaker is set to such a high level of opacity that it becomes impossible to analyze or discuss. Charlie Kaufman's latest was exactly what I expected, but left me feeling disengaged and lost. Careful what you wish for, I guess.
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 09/08/20
"Chemical Hearts" harnesses the spirit of John Hughes to tell a story of overcoming sorrow wrapped in a teen romance; a feat it could easily pull off if not for the rather plain presentation.
Matthew Brady - wrote on 08/31/20
If you look at the poster and focus your attention to Bruce Willis face; blankly starring off into the distance and it looks like he's hiding a mouse in his mouth which puts pressure around the face.
Yeah, that's Bruce Willis acting in this movie.
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 08/22/20
None of the three main characters in "Project Power" feel like they belong in the same movie. That's because, much like the premise, their lives and stories never fully form or come together cleanly.