The 2020 Halfway Report Card: The Worst of the Year so Far
A Fall From Grace
All the Bright Places
Bad Therapy is a dark comedy that is the film equivalent of a soft dim light. It’s painfully bad. Yes, therapy is, but this film is just unnecessary even within its own setting. I started to think I had taken part in the Duncan Principle, and I managed to make it out on the other side. It really was one of the most painful moviegoing experiences of my life.
Coffee & Kareem
Talk about am uphill climb. The team behind Downhill doesn’t seem to be burdened with the guiding principle to make things interesting or fresh. All you have is a set of endless scenes of surreal nonsense, pure jibber-jabber, and that’s like traveling on a gondola ride to nowhere.
The Last Thing He Wanted
such The Last Thing He Wanted’s character
The Rhythm Section
It’s hard to believe the stars of vapid spy thriller The Rhythm Section fell for a script that is so lazily strung together; it’s the cinematic equivalent of a couch potato. This movie is off-beat and just can’t dance.
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dozen parts, Survive’s which is putting platform
Survive the Night
The Wrong Missy
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M.N. Miller has been a film and television writer for Ready Steady Cut since August of 2018 and is patiently waiting for the next Pearl Jam album to come out.