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Damn, this was a sweet find.
To be honest is never once clocked A Civil Action on my radar, and sure enough, there are reasons I can think of as to why. It was the late 90s after all, and if it wasn't Travolta churning out cheesy dialogue as a hammy villain like he was in Broken Arrow or Face-Off, I generally didn't want to know about it.
As a child, my attention span wasn't equipped for courtroom thrillers, and…
It's hardly as awful as I’d been told to expect, however, the common opinion that Blackhat is a drag isn't too far off the mark.
Aside from a few action sequences that’ll get your heart pounding, the movie is a slug, which is concerning considering there's not a whole lot to its runtime.
Personally, techno-thrillers are always going to have a rough time engaging me. If you dumb it down too much, and you get Die Hard 4 or Swordfish,…
Despite all the hype, I did go in with reservations. Everyone seemed to love Swiss Army Man, but Kwan and Scheinert were unable to win me over with that outing.
This however was something incredibly special.
Everything Everywhere All at Once is the kind of movie that only comes around once in a while, in which it truly throws everything at you, like it's the only chance the directors will ever have to deliver something of such vision.
Nervous is quite the understatement in describing my anxieties when entering the cinema to watch this one. Normally I'd never set my expectations so high, but as if to put myself on an almost certain course for disappointment I let my enthusiasm envelop me. How could I not? This cast, oh God, what a cast, and then, of course, the incredible Chloé Zhao. This was actually the first time I'd be seeing her work on the big screen, and from…