A tonally confused mess that’s neither dramatic, exhilarating, or romantic
Never actively bad or painful to watch, but the plot does feel awkwardly set into motion and the survival elements are rarely thrilling
Even if the story is basic sci-fi stuff, 2067 is certainly always pleasant to look at and zips along with urgency and brainy thrills
It's a sob story indeed, but where Clouds goes right is giving viewers an equal amount of fighting and living with something substantial to take away from all of the schmaltz
The humor gets dicey whenever Steve Byrne shifts away from the standup set, but the movie has heart and an endearing cast
The Devil Has a Name has no clear focus or crystallized idea of the story it wants to tell beyond the simplicity of the workingman is good and oil companies are evil
A place that so often in movies has been one of calming, cathartic serenity becomes, in Body of Water, a vast, lonely space.