A solid, satisfying debut about what makes us who we are.
See it because the subject is so widely under-represented, but heed the warnings presented in this review.
Unique and thought-provoking, even if it gets a little too confusing and esoteric for its own good.
You've read our review for the new 'Tomb Raider' film, now why not watch and listen to it?
Here's the good news: it's not horrific.
If the old-school, gung-ho earnestness doesn't engage you much, the strong combat sequences just may.
The buzzed-about horror film is very familiar, and simply not as good as you want it to be.
An atmospheric, fresh and spirited horror film that flirts with its audience and relishes in its own exploits.
Five episodes in, it’s hard not to feel like the magic could be gone.
This admirable piece of science fiction does a lot right, and yet remains a little underwhelming.
A solid horror movie that could have been great had it maintained the ambiguous, creepy vibe it forms early on.
Despite the issues, this unabashedly in-your-face thriller satisfies.
Some may appreciate the visual poetry... if they have the patience.