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Inside Llewyn Davis
| Original Score: 2/4
The acting's pretty good, and the cinematography keeps things lively.
| Original Score: 3/5
[Stars] Cochrane and McCormack have zero chemistry and their characters are so different that they never compute as a couple.
It's the Cold War redux, but with the Enemy now everywhere.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
As frightening as it intends to be, but not enjoyably so.
Has an ironic and unpredictable ending.
Maybe this is how the world ends in LA -- not with a bang but a 96-minute whimper.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
Right at Your Door is a tick-tock of post-apocalyptic paranoia and moral ambiguity that would have made for some taut psychodrama on The Twilight Zone.
If Rod Serling had had a shot at penning a post-9/11 scenario for The Twilight Zone, it might have come out something like this compact and creepy suspense thriller of apocalypse, Los Angeles-style.
| Original Score: 3/4
While this is admittedly not lighthearted mainstream fare, the subject matter is interesting and is handled in a manner that offers a compelling and sometimes unsettling 95 minutes.
There are no zombies to distract from the plausibility of Right at Your Door. And that's what makes this smart, coolly horrifying American indie thriller one of the scariest movies you're likely to see all year.
| Original Score: A-
What starts out as a horrible, even tragic set-up ends up feeling more like a so-so episode of The Twilight Zone.
[The film] grabs the viewer by the throat in the first few minutes, but quickly fritters away involvement by concentrating almost exclusively on two characters who are both annoying and boring.
Right at Your Door takes a viewer on a harrowing, distinctly uncomfortable journey.