Oh "Star Trek," I just can't stay mad at you.
It goes without saying that this is a vast improvement over "Into Darkness" yet I think I'm finally coming to terms with the fact that I'll never love another one of these movies the way I loved the 2009 reboot.
"Beyond" is smooth, efficient and fun; basically every character gets a chance to shine and there are a couple of truly fantastic set pieces. (The "Sabotage" scene is the reason…
I actually hadn't seen this movie since I saw it in theatres and it's still breathtaking. I was a bit concerned after I rewatched "Identity" because even though at the time it was a game-changer, in 2016 it felt like a vestige of another time. I was worried that this franchise had been so innovative and influential to the genre in the decade since their releaset that they'd no longer feel special because this is just what action movies are…
I can't even think of words to describe the ways I love this movie. Masterfully clever, shocking, nail-bitingly tense, hilarious - the cast is a once in a lifetime cavalcade of awesome and I have no doubt that there are a number of scenes that will be studied in film classes years from now. Definitely Quentin Tarantino's most mature, coherent film and arguably his best. QT deserved the Best Original Screenplay Oscar this year and it is a travesty that Melanie Laurent wasn't even nominated for her performance.