I hate cats, and even I love the catbus.
A massive improvement over Hardcore Henry. Nobody is good fun, but maybe a bit too in love with the John Wick series in the way every action scene plays out. I feel like the novelty shock of seeing Bob Odenkirk in the lead of an action movie lasts about 30 seconds, because he's clearly put in the work to make these fights look as good as possible. There's nothing particularly standout, especially as this style of action has become so common in modern movies, but it has made me far more interested in what Ilya Naishuller is going to do next.
Of all of the period comic booky hero movies that came out of the 90's this is the one I've flip-flopped the most on. It moves so fast, never letting any of the characters or ideas breathe, but it looks and sounds great, and has some pretty impressive effects for the year it came out. It's hardly action packed, and I don't think any of it is memorable, but I think Baldwin is pretty good in the lead role. A…
It's an impossibly perfect setup for a romantic story, the kind that could only ever happen in a movie, and even the movie seems to make fun of it. But the natural chemistry between the leads and the conversations about life, love, and other random bullshit will feel authentic to anyone that's ever spent a day walking around a city falling in love with another person. A simple idea executed perfectly.
Don't feel bad that you were tricked into watching this because you enjoyed McG's last Netflix effort, The Babysitter. It was actually a lot of fun, and had a great murderous lead in Samara Weaving. Rim of the World on the other hand has a collection of the most irritating teens ever assembled.
It's got the bit with the bikes, kids saying adult things they don't fully understand, sad backstories that are immediately discarded, uninteresting action, poorly animated alien designs,…