Jack Black should play a teenaged girly girl more often, it made him a lot less annoying.
A horribly violent racist who reads one letter about love and makes a grand turn and becomes the hero. An older woman whose story is only propelled forward by the murder and rape of her daughter. All other women are daft sex bunnies, like the random Australian hottie of the chief and the girlfriend of that old abusive dude, or the advertising nerd's hot assistant? Please. Furthermore, People of color are only here to be either tortured or to be…
Despite frequently being labeled the most reclusive country in the world, in the past half decade or so there have been a preponderance of documentaries about North Korea. TV shows, websites and documentary filmmakers have all offered their own spin on what is colloquially referred to as “The Hermit Kingdom”. Though told in different ways, all of these pieces have generally come to the same conclusion: North Korea is super duper bizarre, and one can’t take anything at face value.…
Written and directed by Jon Watts with co-writer Christopher Ford back in 2014, Clown has been in the offing for some time now. Originally conceived in 2010 as a fake trailer for a forthcoming feature attraction fictively produced by contemporary horror genre guru Eli Roth, Watts‘ first feature length production is a mixed bag. Blending various elements of body horror with the basic thematic structure of a domestic comedy, Clown is more silly than it is scary.
Even as Clown…