The scenes between Driver and Cruz are well written and acted, and are easily the best in the film.
Elegiac and undeniably moving, Revenge is sure to linger phantom-like in the minds of its audience.
… a centennial production that manages to do what Disney have repeatedly struggled with and properly tap back into that sense of wonder and childlike joy that audiences to this day associate with the studio.
… might not be the Housos vs Back to the Future mashup you were hoping it was going to be, but it does offer up an alternative and interesting take on sci fi tropes.
… adds to the mythical monster’s legendary modern track record with a heartfelt and even uplifting story of post-war perseverance.
… brutal and intense …
… a provocative, abrasive, and wildly funny spoof of both the ‘traditional’ stage musical …
… a deeply weird and inconsistent film, veering from genuinely funny to bleak and bloody at a moment’s notice.
…. what is said not only lacks any real bite but is supplemented with wishy-washy backtracking that makes it seem like the filmmakers were scared to make the audience feel confronted… and so made it uncomfortable in a completely different way.
… an alarming misfire …