The veteran comic re-emerged with an incisive slice of Americana in 1985.
Articles by Scout Tafoya
Vin Diesel tries to emote a little here and it doesn’t go well.
Breck Eisner’s remake is a thrilling rollercoaster designed for the theatre.
This is hardly a one-note spinoff.
The movie succeeds only when it’s plugging The Olive Garden and it’s half dozen other corporate tie-ins.
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Ari Aster’s 171 minute director’s cut winds up hurting the story.