Well, that was another ‘why not dull the senses with one more Stath’ time that did exactly what it supposed to do. Stath cracked some heads, there was a silly bad guy (James Franco are you kidding me with this?) and Winona Ryder tried to convince us that her eyes are even wider than they are. Anyway, Fleder did an okay job with Sylvester Stallone’s conventional yet also kinda odd screenplay and all that tied together it’s another Jason Statham headliner that won’t keep your brain occupied a long time after it ends. Just like the doctor ordered.
Tough as nails crime drama starring an excellent Viggo Mortensen. A lot of this borders (or passes) a questionable level of graphic violence and other nasty human behaviour, so it’s probably not for everyone but I thought it worked beautifully if you can call a film that in which all this is going on. Anyway, great film, great performances and I might never look at Armin Mueller-Stahl quite the same way.
There is no chance I am able to write an objective review after having seen a Robin Williams film now, but who cares about objectivity at a time like this.
Minor spoilage included, proceed at your own risk.
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I am not quite sure what to say about Gone Girl other than pretty much acknowledging nay pledging my adulation for it right here. I want to say this isn't a perfect film, but I can't find any fault with it. From stars Ben Affleck - I never hated him, but after this i don't see why anyone still would…