An Aussie gem that drips with atmosphere and cracking dialogue. Makes you want to live in 80s Melbourne.
Passion of the Christ 2: Electric Boogaloo
There's no real permanence or tension to any of the stakes or action that happens on screen, so when a character is in danger, or dies, you feel that they are going to come back in the next film. There are too many scenes of cgi characters punching eachother that my interest waned far too quickly into the bloated two and a half hour running time, which is disappointing since I really enjoyed all the recent Marvel movies since "Captain…