has its fingerprints all over modern-day pop-culture, and Resurrections' self-referential scripting taps into the wake of the original trilogy's gigantic influence on media by putting the Matrix into the Matrix.
Reign Over Me is a frustrating film full of merit but weak on execution. The acting is great, the main characters are deep, and there's enough dramatic tension to provoke an emotional response. But for all of its passion, there are too many characters and a noticeable attempt at creating overwhelming drama. For Dr. Alan... Continue Reading →