Tagged: mood: eye-rolling
Post Tenebras Lux is a semi-autobiographical film by Carlos Reygadas that was made purposely to baffle us, being presented as a sort of a bizarre dream.
Turbo may not be one of the greatest Dreamworks movies, but it’s not meant to be either.
De Palma throws in a couple of edgy elements to this remake of a French film. Instead, of course, Passion can’t even excel in what the other did right.
Harmony Korine’s neon fantasy world assaults the senses with repetition, booze, boobs, and dubstep, only to show his contempt for Spring Break culture.
The son of the Easter Bunny, E.B, escapes and goes to Hollywood in search of his dream to become a drummer.
One of the least subtle and most aggravating home invasion films to come out in a very long time makes waste of everyone’s time.
Sofia Coppola takes on a collection of teens that love robbing the homes of the rich through an energetic and satirical lens.
The Hangover Part III is pretty much a Zach Galifianakis vehicle and to a lesser extent, it’s also a Ken Jeong vehicle.
A group of tomboy girls set out to find a magical herb that will turn their leader into a real man.
Eva Sorhaug’s second feature film, four years after Cold Lunch, starts in a soft manner but ends intensely, aiming to make a psychological study of three men through three different unrelated stories.