This was an incredibly fun time. Richard Grant and Paul McGann played off each other effortlessly and had a charming presence in their own rights. Underneath all of its ridiculous humour was something quite heartfelt at times. It captured two lives carried away by a seemingly inescapable chaotic energy which made anything possible, and nothing worth dwelling on for long.
A civil war western where the attention Jesse James seems destined to get is quickly focused on the women who end up in the town together. The officially politically neutral environment of the town provided an interesting setting for the lively characters it brought together, with three women standing above everyone else.
There's a lot of charm in this and some exciting action scenes, both large and small scale.
The poster is the complete polar opposite to the tone of…
An unsettling reminder of how much is felt through faces, where a mask covering a face proves creepier than what lies underneath.
There was an unsettling feeling of calmness throughout particularly in how little risk Doctor Génessier and Louise seemed to feel they faced. The greatest challenge to them was one of medical science, not the kidnapping and disposing of the women used in the experiments.
RIP Jumbo Floating Restaurant, you provided a stunning setting for an awkward meal.
What a perfect Saturday night film! 'Royal Warriors' was filled with high-energy martial arts action. The big action set pieces all made incredible use of their varied environments to bring out something unique and exciting in each. Even the familiar fight setting of a night club found a distinct identity here.
The trio with Michelle Yeoh at the heart of them provided very likeable, in their own ways, although the film failed to build the emotional weight it was clearly trying to find through a couple of the narrative decisions.