A common problem I often find myself to notice is when the premise of a film exceeds the ambitions of the feature itself. I find 'Before the Devil Knows You're Dead' to be a such a title.
The main premise of the film is actually pretty well thought out and is supported by some great performances by the main cast, but in my opinion it seems that for what the film does right, it also makes some mistakes along the…
Opinions may vary from person to person, but personally I've learned to enjoy summer blockbusters for what they are, rather than to treat each form of cinema with the same template for judgement.
I've been a long time fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and I'm sure it would come to no surprise that Age of Ultron would be one of my most anticipated titles of the year. Did Avengers: Age of Ultron manage to keep my interest and entertain…
Run All Night manages to return to a recognisable level of enjoyable action that we've come to know from Neeson with films such as Non-Stop and the first Taken. Trading off his ex-intelligence persona for a more down to earth kind of killer Run All Night creates a reasonably exciting action feature that adds both new and old dynamics to its arsenal.
I wouldn't call Run All Night an exceptional film, but it manages to do what it sets out to do; entertain its audience with a solid story and some well shot/choreographed action.