Reviews from the broom closet I live in at my local AMC.
Ann Lu has a beautiful eye for the camera. Shooting Erosion in an odd aspect ratio, washed out colors and almost entirely in a world that feels dark and gray. It kinda works but unfortunately the script is so dull.
The premise is intriguing but the movie spends no time making us like any potential couple. They all seem bad for each other, maybe that’s the point but it’s so boring that way.
The acting is fine I guess. I…
A twisted little low budget thriller with solid acting throughout. While the editing and clear padding of the runtime with various unnecessarily lengthy shots definitely slows the movie down outside of that it’s a pretty tight suspense film with little fluff or wasted plot lines.
I do wish certain aspects had been explored deeper like the interpersonal relationships between a few characters but I do appreciate that director Mark Lester had added a bit more of his personal brand of…
Saw this in a theater in the Comanche language and it truly added to the experience. I highly recommend people watch the Comanche dub available on Hulu.
Simple and a back to basics approach for the Predator franchise. And this approach works so well giving us a good helping of action, sci-fi, suspense and a splash of horror. There is some truly magnificent imagery in this movie and you will be drawn in by its beauty and its brutality.
This is David Leitch’s “Lucky Number Slevin.” And even a touch of “Hard Ticket to Hawaii.” A slick, hyper violent yet also hyper earnest crime comedy that weaves and juggles an impressive amount of characters. It sometimes threatens to become a mess but has just enough restraint and focus to pull it all together.
I really had a blast with this one and am glad I took a chance on it. It’s got good action, an interesting premise, captivating characters…