Tom Cruise, Sofia Boutella, Annabelle Wallis, Jake Johnson, Courtney B. As in her acclaimed debut feature (A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night), writer-director Ana Lily Amirpour creates a unique world for her main character—in this case, a girl played by Suki Waterhouse who is cast out into a desert wasteland populated by bodybuilding cannibals (one played by Jason Momoa), a cult leader known as The Dream (Keanu Reeves), and a mute scavenger played by Jim Carrey.
Reviewers were less enthusiastic about this bold new vision from the director, but she did receive a Special Jury Prize when the film premiered at the Venice Film Festival last fall.
, which is intended to kick off Universal’s new Dark Universe monster movie franchise.
It's certainly an inauspicious start, with critics panning the film as drab, derivative, and ridiculous.
is a psychological horror film starring Joel Edgerton as a man whose life with his wife (Carmen Ejogo) and son (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) is interrupted by the arrival of a desperate young family (Christopher Abbott and Riley Keough) and their young son (Griffin Robert Faulkner).