Film critic for Salt Lake City Weekly since 2000.
Here’s the awkward bottom line of writer/director Brock Heasley’s genre spin on the Book of Job: At some point, it just feels weird when you’re trying to turn a faith-based fantasy into timeline-hopping science-fiction. It opens with the meet-cute between investment banker Kevin (Kristoffer Polaha) and his future wife Molly (Elizabeth Tabish), winding back and forth through the chronology of a relationship that eventually hits the skids. At the same time, Kevin is in a car accident that ends with…
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There are occasions when it’s a curse to know the changes a movie has made from its source material—and hoo boy, is that ever the case with this adaptation of Paul Tremblay’s novel The Cabin at the End of the World from co-writer/director M. Night Shyamalan. His set-up remains the same: At an isolated cabin, gay couple Eric (Jonathan Groff) and Andrew (Ben Aldridge) are enjoying a vacation with their…
How was it not insanely over-talked-about that Marvel's The Avengers had pretty much the identical climax as a Disney Channel movie?