Weekend was…real. We have a character uncomfortable with his skin and sexuality until he spends a weekend with a guy he has a one night stand with, a weekend that’ll resonate throughout the rest of their lives. Acting was great, the cinematography was pretty indie, and the script wasn’t anything special though it did have its moments. What I really liked about the film was that it was brutally honest and the characters were very willing to accept the inevitable. Even from the very start.
Carnage is about two couples meeting over their sons' quarrel. Like in all conversation films, it starts there and goes several places. However despite the great star cast and fairly realistic plot, this Roman Polanski film doesnt flow smoothly. It had trouble holding my attention [6.5/10]