Riders of Justice
The Killing of Two Lovers
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Brutally raw and depressing. Turkington plays his comic persona like an open wound exposed on stage for the world to see.
God awful. As bad as The Room.
I expected better with Cox and Hirsch on board, this started out promising, but eventually devolved into the usual horror shtick.
Thrilling, powerful and violent in both the physical and psychological sense. A great picture.
Abysmally, hilariously bad.
Simply not a funny film. Stupid.
Profoundly affecting and disturbing, but redemptive in its final twenty minutes.
A beautifully measured, difficult film to watch, with a brilliantly understated lead performance from Affleck.
Dark, blackly comic fun.
A rather by-the-numbers biopic that should have been a lot more engaging and interesting than it was. Still, it's a good story.
A bizarre, horrific, superb picture. I have not seen anything quite like it before.
A bit too slow for its own good, but also an engaging and quiet movie of some power.
Thrilling, funny, well paced and at times quite brutal. A very good picture.
Slow, meditative and almost dreamlike, this is one for dog lovers and Anderson devotees alike.
A terribly sad and heartfelt movie, sometimes very difficult to watch. An insight into the devastation that is ALS and the impacts of it upon family, but equally a film about the strength of the human spirit and redemptive power of love.
A tonally uneven and strange movie, albeit a thrilling one, anchored by a brilliant performance from Huppert.
A smart and funny look into the world of improv and the people who inhabit it.
A rather silly diversion. Benedict Cumberbatch waves his hands around in circles a whole bunch.
A not-unsurprising documentary - albeit a successful one - about corruption and its temptations, and a country facing a choice about the sort of nation it wants to be.