Beautifully shot, deceptively straightforward narrative, rewards patience and expertly builds tension, recommended.
Laurence Barber ★★½ 2
The Part Where I Roll My Eyes At Any Text That Appears On Screen
The Part Where I Can't Figure Out Where The Line Between Thomas Mann's Bad Acting And…
Christopher Runyon ★★★★½
Not Craven's best movie, but really really close and also the most Wes Craven movie he's ever made. Has a lot of the playfulness, invention, and iconic characters of his…
Matt Singer ★★★★ 4
There can be great joy in seeing yourself onscreen. And there can be pain as well.
In The End of the Tour, Jesse Eisenberg plays a writer named David Lipsky.…
Paul Anthony Nelson ★★★★
Obscure opening segment segues to melancholy tales of complicity & community in hard economic times. That trial sequence!