“There’s talent in front of the camera, but very little in the firm rings true – even as a glorified soap opera.”
The CineSnob Podcast returns from its summer abroad, with reviews of “Venom” and “A Star is Born.” Cody also gives us a recap of Fantastic Fest, and we remind you to go download our friend Greg Sestero’s movie “Best F(r)iends: Vol. 1.” Click here to download the episode!
“The weird desire to turn the inky black monster into a do-gooder…blunts the whole thing from the start.”
“There’s a certain pain in Casey Affleck’s face that is visible in almost every scene.”
“Screenplay lumbers under the weight of too much exposition and corporate interference.”
“There are tragic elements to Marilyn Monroe. She carried them with her.”
“Emphasizes the dysfunctional interaction between its emotionally depleted characters.”