Written and Directed by Robert EggersBased on The legend of Amieth by Saxo GrammaticusStarring Alexander Skarsgård, Nicole Kidman, Claes Bang, Anya Taylor-Joy, Ethan Hawke, Björk, Willem Dafoe There is a […]
We know something is coming, and we are pretty sure what is coming.
This is not necessarily something that would succeed on the big screen. It is definitely something worth watching after dark on a weekend.
The Adam Project is a good diversion if you are home looking for something to explode on screen just a little and warm your heart a little more.
As it stands the film feels like a particularly brutal television movie with a few good lines and way too many characters speechifying.
This film is a tough watch, but it is worthy. One should not watch this nor should they avoid it simply because of who produced it.
The sins of this film are outweighed by a brisk pace and some pretty gruesome kills.
It wouldn’t hurt to show a single blade of grass growing in some dirt. All in good time, I suppose. Maybe part 5?
There are no surprises. Just misery in waiting.
If you’re a fan of Ahmed, give this a spin. It’s not unusual to see him play a significantly challenged individual. We’ve never seen him play a father. He does both well until the story runs out of steam and decides it’s going to go the route of Smokey and the Bandit II.
The most complex parent gets the title of the film, if only because we know, eventually the daughters will get all of the glory. Talk about inspiration. Talk about greatness. Talk about The Williams Sisters.
This is fine, for an inexact start.
The questions heading into the film are numerous. Some are answered: even more arise in their wake.
Army of Thieves feels as quaint as a home movie compared to Army of the Dead.
The Many Saints… does a fair job covering a lot of territory. It’s clearly too much to adequately cover in just one two hour film.
This is the best attribute about Copshop: viewers go in expecting one thing and they are delighted by the different talents that is worth following elsewhere.