November 9, 2017
Reviews: Three Billboards, Thelma, Mayhem, and Murder on the Orient Express
Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri: "Whether she’s cussing at the local priest, offering tenderness in a grim moment, or kicking a teen vandal square in the crotch, McDormand commands the screen and plays her audience like a fiddle, stroking our outrage, tugging at our heartstrings, and coaxing screams of reckless laughter."
Murder on the Orient Express: "a lethally dull and ugly movie that possesses all the suspense of a damp hand towel."
Thelma: "Though billed as a thriller, Thelma is more slow-burn horror, a monster movie with a wounded but human heart at its core."
Mayhem: "This movie has a mean streak a mile wide...And on top of that, there’s an overgenerous supply of juvenile and sexist nonsense."
Posted by Kristy Puchko at 12:06 AM
Labels: Mayhem, Murder on the Orient Express, Thelma, Three Billboards
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