There’s an air of serenity that surrounds the entire album.
Little time is wasted on Sissy Wish’s Beauties Never Die; the album zips by in a flash, and it has a confidence in both the performance and production that gives it real muscle.
McAdams is beautiful to watch and has a way of making you believe every moment of a scene, despite the improbable scenario.
Land of the Lost is a lowbrow take on time travel and alternate realities, based loosely on the cheesy old TV show.
Damned if J.J. Abrams hasn’t worked his unstoppable magic once again.
The concept is mucked up, by the way, as the "ghost" of a present girlfriend is hardly that; she’s one of Connor’s employees.
The film is a well-directed, well-paced little thriller.
Owen and Watts are intelligent, intuitive actors and you always know that more is going on behind their eyes than what the dialogue might indicate.
This is a more entertaining film than others of its type, thanks to Zellweger’s nicely grounded and appealing performance.