The Marksman is one of those films that feels like the filmmakers felt afraid to take any risks. Every single aspect of the filmmaking in this movie feels safe and even incompetent at times.
The script feels like it was written by a high school (or even middle school) student who has no experience in filmmaking and had a friend write it for him in less than a week. Literally anyone can write dialogue, plot points, and action scenes the…
What an infuriating mess! A mixture of Oscar-Bait melodrama and possibly some of the worst acting, directing, cinematography, editing, and writing of the whole year! But what really gets to me is how this film delivers its message! I cannot go into it that much because i don’t want to give away spoilers, but it is downright baffling! Definitely a contender for one of the worst films of the year!
Just a lame, cash-grabbing attempt to start a new cinematic universe that we didn't even ask for. Even though some of the technical aspects of the movie are decent, everything else from an acting, script, directing, editing, and pacing perspective just felt completely off. You don't feel the amount of fun that you felt in the 1999 version and you don't even feel the terrifying aspects of the haunting imagery of the 1932 version either. It's just completely full of…