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Canto #4, out this week from IDW, takes you on a fantastic adventure full of humor and lovable characters that will pull at your...
Demolition is the type of mediocre film only truly talented people could make. Beautifully filmed, acutely directed, finely acted but completely stilted by a cliché narrative, the latest from filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallee (Dallas Buyers Club, Wild) is one of those life-affirming crowd-pleasers that, much like its lead character, can’t quite figure itself out. Unable to balance its quirky voice with its conventional themes of grief, forgiveness and reawakening, it’s a disjointed effort all-around — one that’s never short on heart but always limited in terms of originality and scope. Despite another transformative lead performance from Jake Gyllenhaal, Demolition destroys nearly every chance it gets to rise to its full potential.