This dispiriting, noirish crime thriller is tall on crime and short on thrills.
This is a soundly made film, downright old-fashioned in its narrative confidence and technical simplicity, unerring in its period detail and behavior.
“These are the ten hours of my life I most vociferously want back!” — Bill Wine.
Pulp fiction at its pulpiest and most R-rated outrageous, “The Paperboy” is a sweaty and sleazy southern-fried gothic.
The month of August brings some major movie personalities making their mark via Blu-ray.
The Raven flies in with an unabashedly farfetched and fanciful theory, a fictional account of what might have happened to Poe at life’s end.