Osgood Perkins’ unsettling film saves its disorienting story with a pervasive sense of unease.
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A broad, formulaic sequel that only reminds you how good the original was.
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All 32 of our film reviews blurbed and ranked for your pleasure.
A dull but thematically rich meditation on grief and marriage.
A rich, powerful revenge thriller that takes too much pleasure in its depravity.