The Babysitter nearly makes up for its lack of intelligence with its action.
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Any connoisseur of bad movies knows there are two types of major creative failures.
It’s not so bad it’s good; it’s so cheap it’s strange.
Represents an outlier in the oeuvre of an outlier, not canonical, standard art film fare.
There’s surely a better version of this film without Douglas on screen at all.
Hagazussa: A Heathen’s Curse is a wonderful surprise.
Bee Movie serves a reminder of how little mass-market filmmaking has changed in the last…
Barely longer than an episode of a modern drama, but the time commitment is longer;…
Monster Party is, to its credit, creative and vicious throughout.
Invasion U.S.A. is a gaudy Golan-Globus shlock-fest that’s short on narrative coherence but suffused with…