Chicks dig me because I rarely wear underwear and when I do it's usually something unusual.
The first thing that stands out is the star-studded cast. There’s no shortage of talent on screen. The story is somewhat of a slow burn, so the actors seem a little under utilized but it works for the movie. I think the implication for the story that there would be more violence/action plays into that as well. Even the conclusion, though satisfying, isn’t as overly dramatic as you would think. Slow burn. Still good.
Felt like this was a huge drop-off from the first story. Kinda more of the same ... it seemed like they tried to take a few loose ends from the first movie and stretch it into two hours. There were some interesting plot points such as Brian Cox's character being far more villainous as he was level-headed and hands off in the first movie.
But when the story arc involving Brian Cox's character comes to an end, it felt like…
Wow! I am honestly impressed. This, at minimum, is the best film of the non-original trilogy. There are so many great elements to this movie. Just the basics alone, the cast and performances are great. The story and premise is very grounded. The movie itself unfolds at a very good pace and its climax is epic, if not the epilogue even better, not to mention long awaited.
Initially I came in with low expectations, I was not impressed with The…
I'll never forget the first time I saw this movie. I arrived just as the last preview was showing in a packed theater so I had to sit in the very front row. I didn't know how much violence, death and destruction was going to be in the movie, so from the coffee shop scene and on I was in a state of shock for pretty much the entire film.
There's a high level of suspense in the action sequences…