The multiple plot lines of this M. Night Shyamalan film will terrify and entertain.
A disappointing slap in the face that feels like a money grab.
Mel Gibson: A Bipolar Cocktail and other inane uses of the term "bipolar" serves only to desensitize the public about a very serious condition.
Turning Twitter trending topics into a musical...
"There's a lot of things that go on in our lives that aren't very pretty. We need to find ways of dealing with that. Often the movies we like, the movies we see help us do it."
Martin Cambell's film adaption of Edge of Darkness fails to impress.
My dead crush had more influence on what I wanted in a man more than anyone else ever has.
Gibson returns in a mystery that's not fully developed or explored.
Mel Gibson returns to the big screen and does so in a very Mel Gibson part.
While the film keeps you on the edge of your seat, the story keeps you searching your mind for an answer: what's this film really about?