NEW YORK (CNS) — An overheated tone and characters' questionable tactics in the struggle against abortion undercut the obviously good intentions behind the pro-life drama "Voiceless" (ArtAffects).
While it's clearly meant to serve as a cinematic rallying cry for the protection of the innocent, the film instead runs the risk of reinforcing the stereotype of irate, crusading picketers collaring women in vulnerable situations.
NEW YORK (CNS) — Everything about the concert film "Kevin Hart: What Now?" (Universal) — aside from the comic himself — is oversized.
That includes the rock-concert setting at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia and the giant video screens used to illustrate his stories. It also applies to Hart's many attempts to make fun of his own life, in which he now confronts mostly rich-people problems.