I'll give anything a watch, except Horror - really not a fan of that.
Mercenary Scott Ward (Dave Bautista) is approached by businessman Bly Tanaka (Hiroyuki Sanada) to put together a team to go into Las Vegas to steal $200 million from a safe beneath the Strip. The only problem is Las Vegas is walled off from the rest of the world and is overrun by zombies – some of which appear to be a lot smarter and faster than you’d think.
At almost two and a half hours long, Army of the Dead…
Anthony and Joe Russo return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe after directing Captain America: The Winter Soldier and the way they put together this film is great. The action sequences are well-shot, there’s only a few instances of shaky-cam and most of the time fight scenes are framed in a wide shot so you can see exactly what’s going on. Also the way they manage to film multiple characters fighting but you never lose focus of where each character is…
My main takeaway from tonight's viewing of Tenet was I had a lot of issues with the sound (the score and a lot of background noise was often louder than dialogue which made things hard to follow) and was the reason for this:
1. I’d forgotten how loud the cinema is
2. The way the film was made
3. The cinema screwed up?
General consensus makes me leaning more towards 2. which is not good as Tenet is a film…