Like its titular character, this film certainly has a case of a mistaken identity - is it a Fincher, Coen, McDonagh, Nolan, Tarantino, or Ritchie film? Lucky Number Slevin knows it's got multiple personalities, and it's not ashamed to flaunt them. You'll probably spend most of the time reminiscing about better films that inspired this one, much like Slevin and Lindsey get nostalgic about James Bond and North By Northwest. Slevin in his towel certainly reminded me of the Dude in his bathrobe. Despite its apparent identity crisis, it still manages to be a pretty entertaining film, with some snappy dialogue and a solid cast.
Green Room is Saulnier's transition from primary colours to secondary colours.
This time he experiments with a palette of natural and artificial greens, reflecting the true and artificial nature of the characters portrayed in the film. A common thread between this and Blue Ruin is how Saulnier exposes his characters. At first, they seem to have a tough exterior, but traumatic events in the film reveal their true and vulnerable selves.
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Batman v Superman: Yawn of Justice
I went into this movie with pretty low expectations after seeing Man of Steel. It wasn't a terrible movie by any means, but really wasn't that good either. Snyder was given a difficult task of setting up a Justice League movie in only two films, while there was more work done to set up the Avengers. I am still trying to figure out if this could have been a better film, or if Snyder…