Ed Rampell: Unseen Hand is a wildly imaginative, hilarious send-up of various tropes, ranging from spoofing different movie genre conventions
Eric A. Gordon: What we relish over the course of 105 minutes with no intermission is a fresh and so profoundly needed understanding of our Constitution. Not every article and section, of course, but the spirit of it.
Eric A. Gordon: While not a kitchen-sink drama as such—the action has moved to the prim and slightly kitschy dining room and living room—the environment is all important.
Sikivu Hutchinson: A woman with fatal insomnia meets two time traveling strangers on the California I5 freeway in the wake of the U.S.’ invasion of Grenada in 1983.
Ed Rampell: Because someone’s last will and testament can include what type of host body they’ll be transmogrified into, McGowan has heaps of fun by injecting gender into the eternity equation of his futuristic farce.