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Army of the Dead

Army of the Dead

★★★½

Reviewed by Brian

Netflix releases a huge over the top Zack Snyder film in theaters? Yes please!!

As Snyder’s first jab at something not DC films related, this film is so much fun. Dave Bautista does a great job of shouldering this potential franchise creating project. Overall, the cast was very well put together for their respective rolls.

We have seen zombie films done time and time again. This is not a new genre, but the places that Snyder takes…

Reviewed by Brian

Is Chris Rock the Franchise Viagra of the Saw series? Maybe Samuel L. Jackson? As a fan of this franchise from day one, I can say for certain that this is not the case. Rock and Jackson will not save this "Universe."

This felt more like a crime thriller set in the world of Saw more than it felt like an actual Saw film. I mean I get it, that is what they were going for. Some…

Reviewed by Derrick

Taylor Sheridan's "Those Who Wish Me Dead" (3 out of 5 stars), his second stint as a feature film director following 2017's "Wind River", is easily among the least of Sheridan's rapidly-growing Neo-Western filmography, either as a writer or a director... it's well worth a lazy weekend afternoon watch (actually justifying its day-one HBO Max existence, in a way), but nothing more. The big selling point with this endeavor is that Sheridan managed to land the increasingly…

Wrath of Man

Wrath of Man

★★★½

Reviewed by Derrick

Despite the presence of Jason Statham in a Guy Ritchie flick, “Wrath of Man” (3.5 out of 5 stars) is not another “Lock, Stock” or “Snatch”… and in fact, it’s a movie that makes very few attempts at humor. (Save for a couple of jarring, yet welcome bureaucratic appearances by… Rob Delaney?!?) This is apparently a remake of a mid-2000s French movie… and while I haven’t seen it, I get the impression that “Wrath’s” non-linear 4-chapter structure…

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