A few observations:
1: The human body is made up of 60% water, why couldn't the drownsman just appear inside his victims and make them explode?
2: If he can just make water appear wherever he likes, then why doesn't he just constantly do that in order to get his victims?
3: If she's so afraid of water, so much so that she can't even drink it and needs to be hydrated through an IV, how does she look so clean?
4: Since he wasn't planning on killing her after bringing her to his layer, what was his plan? Just to hang?
Montage of Heck is an example of how a rock doc should be made. It’s an intensely engaging portrait of a man whose voice defined a decade and thoughtfully presents its content in a manner that is far more detailed and intimate than most other films in the music genre. Even those who weren’t die-hard fans of Nirvana should check this one out, as it’s simply one of the most well made rock ‘n’ roll documentaries I’ve seen.
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When Gareth Evans’ The Raid was first unleashed into the world in 2011, I stated that it was the best action film to be released in decades and one of the best ever made. Now, just two years later we have The Raid 2, a movie that had some seemingly insurmountable shoes to fill. Evans apparently knew he had to up the ante, because everything in this sequel is bigger and better. While the first entry was isolated and pure…