But other than that, it was a pretty enjoyable horror thriller. It was fun to spot Gareth Evan's virtuosic action camera work every once in a while.
It was just a bit too drawn out. Some subplots weren't all that thrilling, and the "reveal" of Captain Canady as the truly psychotic one seemed like a left turn.
Some of the violence seemed almost out of Jeremy Saulnier's book.
Somehow my first Kurosawa film. I know, I know.
Darkly hilarious and full of great lines ("I'm not dying yet. I have to kill quite a few men first.") and groundbreaking shot composition, it's immensely enjoyable to watch Mifune the master growl and slice his way through the town of gangsters.
A true classic in every sense of the word.
I haven't seen this is 15 years, but boy has it not held up.
Quite possibly the worst Bond movie ever. I completely understand why they rebooted the entire franchise after this disaster.
The one-liners are groan-inducing ("Well, the fun is about to come to a dead end." "You know, I've missed your sparkling personality." "How's that for a punch line?") The set design is late-90s at it's worst. The gadgets are video-game-tier. The story is one giant eye roll.…