An empty spectacle the likes of which we haven't seen since the novel hit and told of Gatsby's parties. The actors are surprisingly solid, but it couldn't matter less.
If only we could say that obviously this will lead to a dozen, big-budget efforts by Nate Meyer, the film world might be a different place. A subdued, multi-layered gem that showcases a strong cast.
Cusack and Ackerman deliver strong performance in this curious, thriller with few players, but you'll wish it was it better.
An entertaining unraveling, but one that doesn't quite deliver the force it needs.
An unfortunately reserved project that should have turned things up more. It zigs when it should zag, with almost every decision.
A curious delivery, and one with as many lagging missteps as wins, but Oz is ultimately a lot of fun. Franco is impressive.