The central plot of this movie did nothing for me, but I was engrossed in the lives of the four lead characters all the same.
OSS 117, the character as well as the franchise, has not been able to adapt to the times.
It is easy to imagine a good movie being made with the concept at the heart of The Woman Who Ran; I certainly had ample opportunity to, because its brief 77-minute runtime nevertheless felt like an excruciating slog.
A fun action thriller that makes the most of Kate Beckinsale’s badassery and comedic timing.
Definitely an improvement over the first instalment -it could hardly be worse- but not nearly as funny nor as subversive as it thinks itself to be.
A disappointing John Wick aspirant that fails to live up to the potential of its supporting cast.
Despite a powerful performance by Adam Driver, Annette’s unsubstantial plot, forgettable lyrics and a nightmarish doll did not work for me.
Closer to Jason Bourne than previous MCU fare -but not quite enough- Black Widow’s greatest success is its family dynamics.
Despite its somewhat scattered nature, Dear Ex skillfully finds comedy in family drama.
If you’re not familiar with Rurouni Kenshin, this isn’t the place to start. But if you’re a fan, The Final (the final what?!) is thoroughly entertaining and the most respectful and accurate recreation of the manga that we’re ever going to see.