The mediocrity and surface-level insight of ROOM FULL OF SPOONS does next to nothing for the Tommy Wiseau-directed phenomenon and its fans.
CORRESPONDÊNCIAS is an alluring look at epistolary intimacies, that unfortunately alienates in its obtuseness and length.
Laura Israel’s documentary coaxes legendary artist Robert Frank out from behind the camera, but the result is underdeveloped and unfocused.
Abe Forsythe’s Cronulla Riots comedy is a lot of empty provocation, a limp and populist work of social satire more toothless than edgy.
DC misfires again with the consistently underwhelming and surprisingly unfunny SUICIDE SQUAD.
Nicolas Winding Refn’s fashion thriller is a simplistic and empty tale of clashing egos and sexuality that places the director’s suffocating visual maximalism front and center.
The debut feature from Cris Jones is a would-be mindbender about time and memory derailed at the outset by its overbearing approach to plot and the utter simplicity of its script.
Norwegian disaster film THE WAVE features some very impressive special effects but is sunk by its cliché-ridden narrative.
The feature debut of Piero Messina has promising moments of restraint, but is ultimately overburdened with plot contrivance and earnestness.
The lean new feature from Rodrigo Plá depicts violence well but can’t sustain its pseudo-political thriller conceit with enough character substance.