If there’s such a thing as a breezy thriller, Crawl would be it. There might not be much of a story but I was at least moderately entertained thanks to Kaya Scodelario’s physically demanding performance and thus this is probably worthy of a rental.
Saving Private Ryan is just one incredible experience from the amazing war sequences from the D-Day invasion to the Ramelle scene but in between are some excellent performances headlined by Tom Hanks, and should’ve taken home Best Picture especially over Shakespeare in Love.
Monster Trucks isn’t a very good movie but by the same token, it’s not exactly aimed at someone in their mid-30s either and if I were 8 years old again, I’d no doubt dig the film (at 8 I thought Ghostbusters II was the best movie ever made). Some adults might find it passably entertaining, however.
Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the crime-drama in 4K, Snitch starring Dwayne Johnson, Barry Pepper, Jon Bernthal and Susan Sarandon and directed by Ric Roman Waugh. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
It’s understandable why fans of the novels hate The Scorch Trials adaptation but as someone who isn’t attached to the books in any way, I found it acceptable and entertaining enough. Sure, the film does have its problems especially with the pacing and bloated story taking it over the two hour mark, yet at the same time I don’t regret seeing it.
The Lone Ranger might’ve been a good movie but on a much smaller and simpler scale but instead the filmmakers attempted to recreate some of the conditions which made the Pirates of the Caribbean movies monumental successes down to Johnny Depp playing yet another make-up wearing quirky character. The action scenes aren’t that fun and get a bit tedious.
Broken City had so much potential with a stellar cast and an interesting storyline, unfortunately it never really came together. The plot itself was convoluted and the performances kind of bland although slightly entertaining, leading to an all around forgettable flick. I’m not sure what happened, if it was with the script or while filming, but this should’ve been so much better.
Summit Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the action-drama, Snitch starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Barry Pepper and Susan Sarandon. The film was co-written and directed by Ric Roman Waugh whose previous works included Felon and In the Shadows.