Insanely boring movie, but at least it looks like shit.
2018's Halloween wishes. Halloween H20 is a great reminder that a character can have trowma without being a total drag. Laurie has a job, a son who loves her (as much as a 17-year-old can), and a hunky DILF boyfriend played by Adam Arkin. Yes, she's an alcoholic, but not in a tragic way.
This movie is extremely 1998, and while some of it hasn't aged well—most of the script, whatever's happening with Josh Hartnett's hair—it also benefits greatly from…
Genuinely very confused by the people who believe this movie is overly gracious or sympathetic toward the character at its center, or who go so far as to say it is ambiguous about whether or not she actually did anything wrong. Are the countless incriminating emails she deletes, or the clear pattern of behavior she continues to display, too subtle?
This is not a movie that is anti-"cancel culture" or anti-identity politics. To paraphrase Lydia, it is in conversation with…