It shuffles through the clichés of the slasher genre, providing a bunch of bland, unlikable young people defined by singular characteristics.
If one isn’t familiar with his work, it is entirely possible that the film might be mind blowing.
The plot loses it way in the back half, as the choices the characters make don’t feel like they matter as much as they ought to.
From Vegas to Macau reteams director Wong Jing and actor Chow Yun-Fat in a farcical variation of their God of Gamblers pictures.
It is a strangely miscalculated film that focuses on a romance made possible only by having a character fall into a coma.
Home follows the adventures of Oh (Jim Parsons), an outcast among the Boov, an alien race running from the menacing Gorg.
The movie has a lot of business to get through before it can show the audience its titles.
Humans and Elves are at war, and while the two races squabble over territory, the Beasts gather their forces and await the return of the great black dragon.
The attack on Abnegation has been blamed on a faction of Divergents and their allies.
In concept, this movie is meant to entertain while bringing attention to real life problems that have long gone ignored.