It kept seeming like it was just about to get real interesting, but then it never did...
I can't really say that I didn't enjoy They Remain, but it was definitely wierd. Weird's fine, the problem is that it never capitalises on that weirdness. Was hoping to see something more from Chidi than plain faced reactions to awkward poetry.
I was very fond of Fantastic Mr. Fox, Wes Anderson's first stop-motion animated faire. Isle of Dogs less so. It's most certainly not a bad movie, but my expectations were pretty midling and, personally, they were not met.
Every time Claire Foy is not on the screen, the calibre of acting in Unsane drops to laughable. I'm glad that Soderbergh is able to put together films for the seven figure price range, but the fact of the matter is that the camera on an iPhone just isn't that good. It's decent enough to (in most scenes) get the visuals across, but never decent enough to not be a distraction. Unsane's tale is relatively well told, but also something that's been done before, and considering the man in the director's chair, something that probably should have been done better too.