Leans more toward unintentional comedy than summer blockbuster disaster movie.
It holds the tension with the empathy and effectiveness of a large metal vise.
Sadly only inherits the bad habits of the worst M. Night Shyamalan films.
A film bursting with potential that slowly deflates like an overfilled balloon.
Director Kormákur seems to have a knack for draining all of the energy out of life’s most epic stories.
Reitman taps into the same invigorating emotional reservoir as his brilliant 2007 film Juno.
A slow burn of political chess across a white-hot board where every move comes from the shadows.
This creative and often intense film serves up captivating novelty through surprising, deafening silence.
Dialogue and immersive visuals deserve our attention despite monotone elements.