A disaffected software engineer rebels against his employer. Generally focused office comedy, good on the minutiae of cubicle life and on the personality types found in any large organisation. Almost a documentary in places, plus strength in depth in casting and performances. Recommended.
After an accident, six New York elevators halt: their occupants are forced to know each other – and themselves – better. Contrived and clumsy festive ensemble movie: an unsubtle Christian message delivered via what’s meant to be Richard Curtis-style whimsy. Some moments work nevertheless.
A serial killer re-enacts the true-life killings immortalised in a 70s drive-in movie. Well-directed horror flick with a neat premise (the 1976 film of the same name features throughout) and a decent cast of character actors, though the whodunnit climax is underwhelming.