I may have to watch the first Hoodwinked! again, just to figure out if I was drunk or high out of my mind when I watched it and thought it was really well done. Cause "H Too!" is a mess.
Poorly written, hardly makes sense, not as clever as the first (I think) and way too dependent on Patrick Warburton's voice and delivery to make unfunny lines and slapstick funny (didn't work).
If you can get by how annoying Nancy Allen is when she talks, Blow Out is a pretty sweet flick.
Travolta is really good as Jack Terry, the used-to-be good guy who instinctively thrusts himself back into that role again. I think his motivation throughout the film stems from the way this accident is being handled really bothering him, which was very identifiable. Maybe we haven't all seen an assassination or a fatal car crash (hopefully), but everybody has had…
Oldboy turned me on to how excellent Korean films can be if you're looking for a broody, not-so-feel-good flick with some decent action.
I think this is my favorite of the genre so far.
Usually these movies that are taking place over short periods of time--call it 36 hours or less--feel like they're too full of things happening. It doesn't seem like it could all fit into place. But The Chaser feels like it could all happen in the allotted…