But where were the shibas and akitas?!
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Ten years of movies and all we got was half the population of the universe being killed.
You know what? Completely satisfying. They don't always get to save the day. I loved this, and that they actually dared to go there. I'm sure it will all be undone in the second movie, but right now I don't care at all. I don't know how they managed to pull so many disparate threads together, but all-around fantastic.
What a solid, well-made, non-science fiction action flick. It gets down to the basics: basic plot, solid fight choreography, and--best of all--no sexploitation at any point.
There are two women in this film, and they both remain fully-clothed. One of the ladies is an assassin and seen as an equal to our protagonist (Well, sort of. I mean, is anyone really John Wick's equal?), whose ending really was her own doing. The other is the dead wife, seen only in…
There's a whole time period of sci-fi movies that I haven't seen. This inevitably leads people to stop whatever they're doing and stare at me to exclaim: You haven't seen this movie?!
Yes, alright, I haven't seen this movie until now. I didn't even know what it was about, to be perfectly honest.
This movie is that campy kind of sci-fi that came out of the '80s and early '90s, the kind I haven't really seen yet, and the kind…