The movie is not the best and it’s not the worst, it’s the textbook definition of a quick action movie you would watch on Netflix if you had nothing else to do and for that, it succeeds at what it needs to be.
Get Out isn’t a film that people have to worried about being lectured to or a film people are afraid to criticize because they don’t want to be called racist. It is a Great Horror/Comedy that exaggerates social issues to get some great laughs and suspense.
The Great Wall misses the mark by delivering a medieval Independence Day knock off that doesn’t have the excitement or the edge to be memorable.
Fist Fight is smart, funny, self-aware, and clever. Words that I haven’t been able to say about a comedy in a while, but I’m glad I was able to say it for this.
Charlie Hunnam, is probably somewhere spiking the football that he backed out of this franchise before it ruined his career. There aren’t enough buzzwords to describe out bad this is, you simply have to see it to believe it.
While I did like it, I didn’t love it as much as the first film. Hopefully, The LEGO team can polish up their flaws before their coming releases or they could be run into the novelty of this series getting really old, really fast.
John Wick: Chapter 2 is the first certified smash hit of the year and Keanu Reeves almost 15 years after the Matrix has another and much-deserved franchise on his hands.