This is not so much a film to remember as it is one to learn from. There were a lot of movies like this one in the 1980’s, and we survived to make more stupid films later.
So here we are, the main event. Where does this series go now?
Watching Bob Odenkirk live out his John Wick fantasy is a treat for any asshole who pictures himself something of a wolf in sheep’s clothing.
It’s not often one goes to a Gary Oldman film and ends up preferring anyone else’s performance.
We’ve lost many of this cast that could have been good for a few more films at least. Where do we go from here when this film makes us want to go back?
This film is a good time showing beautiful bad people.
One does not simply rent a movie titled Monster Hunter and expect Bill Shakespeare.
Matthau’s line about this is better than any line in the film “I have seen it three times, and am of slightly better than average intelligence but I still don’t quite understand what’s going on. Is there a device we can use to explain to people what they’re seeing?”
Every fair minded person will find positives and negatives in this film. The woke will just bring their own weather with them.
Greenland is the kind of film that straddles the line between disaster movie and armchair psychology about those trying to survive it at all costs.
For those unfamiliar with Alien or, better John Carpenter’s The Thing, Sea Fever will be a surprise.
This film feels left over from Clint Eastwood’s discard bin.
Diane Lane has had a remarkable career. She has aged gracefully in a field that does not usually allow women to grow old on camera.
Two films that you might watch if you have nothing else to do and expect to live long enough to even out the waste of time. And Jiu Jitsu.
WW84 soars and falls like a bird that just discovered its wings.
This is an enjoyable film, even if every single moment is telegraphed.