#1: Paradox – An enjoyable and stylish contemporary martial arts piece that keeps the genre going strong.
Si vis pacem, parabellum.
Jesse V. Jonhson’s star-studded movie should have been a film to remember, but fails to land any meaningful hits.
A perverse film that dives into the human psyche. Expertly crafted with haunting imagery, and an appropriately unsettling script.
Atomic Blonde tries admirably to adapt an interesting comic. But falls short too many times to be a worthwhile or memorable film.
Baby Driver is an absolutely sumptuous sensory experience. Oh, and the soundtrack is perfect. A delight from start to finish.
I have to regretfully admit: I’ve been stumped by Colossal. But I’ve attempted to articulate my thoughts as eloquently as I can.
Unabashedly Hollywood, but from a bygone era. A simple, fantastic showcase. And a big screen experience that will be hard to beat.
It’s Morphin Time! Sadly the film didn’t morph into a better one. I wanted to love it. But you don’t always get what you wish for.
xXx is a franchise I’m not familiar with. But with my idol Donnie Yen in the fray, I had to investigate. I wish I hadn’t.