Once again the studio has zeroed in on the basic genre staples of the property instead of the things that actually made the game special.
The only real question the film poses is why it was created in the first place.
The doco explores the condition known as sleep paralysis, something I never really knew about, and, unfortunately, still don’t.
While it glosses over serious familial issues, it’s a perfectly pleasant way to spend ninety or so minutes.
An endless stretch of running and shooting for reasons that feel ultimately pointless.
Dope is as bold as it is ambitious and as brash as it is relatable. Ultimately, Dope is downright fun.
A sexually explicit and intimate experience on love and sexual desire expressed to the viewer as a whole concept.
Deathgasm labours under the misapprehension that its puerile sense of humour makes it funny by default. It does not.
A discarded rubber tire comes to life in the desert and discovers the ability to make people’s heads explode with sheer will power. Yep.
Woody Allen’s latest lingers somewhere between comedy and drama, but lacks the laughs of the former and the suspense of the latter.