Book-ended between humorous stretches, Slow Learners is a rom-com which uses most of its comedy fuel in the first act.
Spare Change suffers from low budget film woes, but a sharp script and strong performances elevate things nicely.
The action packed Korean thriller A Hard Day relentlessly amps up the tension and suspense to the point of near exhaustion.
The horror-comedy 'Stung' is more irreverently entertaining than any movie about giant killer bees should be.
While a spot-on Benecio Del Toro is unfortunately off-screen for much of the beleaguered second half, Escobar: Paradise Lost features solid performances all around and a captivating, tense atmosphere many films seem to lack these days.
Stylishness can't elevate the tedium of Phantom Halo.
Freedom has some pacing problems, but is overall well constructed, decently written, and decently acted.
We talk with Paul Bernon and Sam Slater of Burn Later Productions, the production company behind the films 'Results', 'Adult Beginners', and 'Drinking Buddies'
Results just results in a mild yawn from the audience, maybe a shrug, then a three-star Netflix rating before they move on to something with a little more energy and depth.
The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) is a putrid film made by and for people who think a movie should be endured rather than enjoyed.
With shallow acting and a plot soaked in melodrama, 'The Surface' drowns under a sea of boredom.
With Travolta's terrible accent and wooden acting, a lifeless, dull, meandering plot, and an uncanny ability to make puppies cry, director Phillip Martin's The Forger is more fit to hang above the latrine rather than in the Louvre.