Is there life after “Twilight,” Stephenie Meyer? At least at the movies?
Critics, who carped away at various installments of “The Twilight Saga” are almost uniform in their scorn, or at least dismissal of Meyer’s follow-up book-turned-film, “The Host.”
“On the Road” opens in most markets this weekend. Not great, not terrible. Not “The Host,” that’s for sure. It has a sense of a time, a place and a restless need to wander, to be somewhere you’re not. Right now. Mixed reviews on that one.
Nothing mixed about “Room 237,” the deconstruction, by fanatics, of Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining.” Fascinating for a film buff.