Director and star Y.K. Kim made a film that perfectly captures America in the 1980's and it's bad fashion, love of karate, cheesy pop music, and homoeroticism. Too bad it is represented by Horrible student film acting, bad writing, bad editing, and just laughably bad everything. People try to make intentionally funny bad movies but it takes a special kind of person to intentionally make something that turns out as bad as Miami Connection does.
It's a shame that Arnie and Sly waited this long to team up because this isn't the movie they deserve. The storyline is very intriguing and leads to some entertaining thrills and an action packed finale but you can tell that the two leads are too old and too short for their roles and probably would have benefited to have two younger, 30ish actors in their parts.
Also, why hasn't Vinnie Jones been in any of the Expendables movies????
Alexander Payne is the master of good, quirky family drama without dialing up the quirk. This movie wasn't the masterpiece I was hoping for but I am a definite sucker for Father-Son drama, black & white cinematography, and movies about small towns. All the acting is superb especially Bruce Dern and June Squibb who are never affectionate but feel so real as an old couple. Actually the whole family feels extremely real and that's what I loved most about. Even Will…
I am a big fan of all of director Darren Aronofsky's work so I was a little bit hesitant to see what will happen when he tackled big budget, religious subject matter and surprisingly I loved it a lot more than I anticipated to. I was constantly entertained, wow'd by many of the visuals and found the story to be thoroughly engaging and a great artistic interpretation of the bible story instead of a literal adaptation.
It bothers me that…