Sam Worthington plays an FBI profiler who helped track down the terrorist Ted Kaczynski, the infamous Unabomber.
Month: January 2018
Outstanding performances, a compelling screenplay and inspired direction make for an authentic, thoroughly engrossing piece of cinema.
Although perhaps too violent for some tastes, this is unmissable crime pulp from an unbeatable filmmaker.
Some been-there-done-that issues aside, this dark series holds more than enough humour and off-centre observations to keep the viewer hooked.
Chastain is great and Sorkin’s direction is notable, but painting this character in a favourable light isn’t the way to go.
Hackneyed comedy, messy storytelling, and a tame sense of humour for how outrageous it tries to be.
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The hand-drawn imagery is certainly gorgeous though.
Ian Holm, Sarah Polley and Bruce Greenwood, among others, star in what stands as one of the best films of the ’90s.
Some big detractions hold back what is an otherwise very well made (very) dark comedy.