When I saw the trailer for Delivery Man I was actually cautiously optimistic however I never got round to see the film during it's theatrical run.
I'm glad to see my hunch that Delivery Man might be more than the typical Vince Vaughan comedy we have all come to know, and loathe, paid off.
Delivery Man has a nice edge to it with Vince finding all that he is the biological father of 533 children after a sperm bank mix…
When a film is cited as being part of a cinematic new wave, in this case the German one, often the film is given somewhat of a free pass because of it's historical merits Gespenster (or Ghosts as it is also known) is such a film.
It's an interesting film visually, with the muted colors paving way to the more bright scenes and giving them a nice contrast. The score is also very good perfectly matching the films tone.
Disappointing sequels have been an industry staple for years; however the backlash surrounding The Hangover Part II was surprising. Critics and fans lamented the film for being a “carbon copy” and “a shameless cash in”. The Hangover Part III attempts to deliver a true sequel to the 2009 hit comedy, but unfortunately fails completely.
There is no wedding, no hangover or nobody missing this time around. The Hangover Part III sees the Wolf pack attempting to track down Mr Chow…
An incredible movie in nearly all accepts. A stellar soundtrack combine with a film noir style to create a perfectly realized dark world. An interesting plot with a hint of morality, make the film more than a big brash action movie. Harrison Ford gives a layered performance to bring a likeable but rough character to the screen. Action that is fast and enjoyable but with a brutal edge inline with the films dark world. Maybe it's only flaw is the…