Catching Up with the Past (2017)
I'm getting tired of writing reviews, but I do want to say one thing about Leon: The Professional:
I hated Gary Oldman's performance.
It's so out-of-step with the rest of the film that it comes off as jarring, cartoonish, and annoying. It's the kind of acting that screams, 'Look at me! I'm acting the shit out of this thing!'
Movies are collaborative efforts, Gary, so when your performance calls so much attention to itself in its incongruity you're not just fucking up in a self-contained way; you're damaging the integrity of the whole film. (Admittedly, Besson should have reined you in, so he's the one to blame, I guess.)
I know that this is a minority opinion and that in general people love when British actors ham it up as bad guys in movies, but that's fine. I thrive in dissidence.