A martial arts Bollywood romance action musical travel comedy extravaganza: there’s something here for everyone, and all of it in excess.
Mads Mikkelsen regales us with a masterful performance in an observant psychological drama about a high school teacher dealing with an existential crisis.
Enola Holmes, aimed squarely at a teenage audience, plays fast and loose with the Sherlock canon but is entertaining enough as an action/adventure movie.
Chastain is compelling and the action isn’t bad, but there isn’t a hint of originality to any aspect of Ava.
Prepare to have a great time with a thrilling action movie, full of well-directed fights and heroes that you’ll feel great rooting for.
Exactly what I want out of a martial arts movie: practical action, a badass hero that can take a beating, no nonsense.
What I wanted from Dark Fate was to see Linda Hamilton being badass in the most bitter, gritty fashion possible, and in that regard the movie delivers.
I spent all of Gemini Man looking for Ang Lee -any trace of him- and couldn’t find him. Gemini Man is a generic vehicle for Will Smith, built around one gimmick that doesn’t justify the exercise.
I’m kicking myself for missing out on Kubo and the Two Strings when it came out, but happy I got to fix my mistake. It’s a wonder of the imagination, a visual masterpiece, a beautifully evocative story, and just generally a delight.
Far From Home may lack the stakes of Endgame, but it makes for a fun summer outing.