It was a good enough entry into the tween genre, certainly leaps ahead of most of the trash that's come out lately. It had stakes, a surprising amount of violence and it really knew how to ramp up the tension.
However, the direction of the actors was a bit off and a lot of the characters had muddy motivations. Not to mention that the film felt like it dragged on a little too long and this maze world got a…
Beautifully written, heart-wrenching and warming in equal measure. This film really hit home on many aspects and treats depression and suicide with a sense of dignity it often isn't afforded. This is definitely my kind of film, a well-written drama/comedy about estranged family members going through some heavy shit coming together to overcome their own crippling emotional problems. Shit yeah.
Hader and Wiig shine here and Evans is a welcome surprise, further honing his already perfected 'average joe' persona. The…
I saw this with four of my friends. One of them completely despised the film. He said he was bored through a lot of it and was majorly not impressed and even cringed through a lot of it. The other said he liked it but still didn't see how it was any better than Man of Steel which he also liked. The remaining three of us fucking loved it. There didn't even seem to be a huge logical reasoning for…