Night Shyamalan did not fully reclaim his claims to the crown, but made a significant step to achieve this goal with Split.
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“The Heretics” mixes plenty of ideas in one pot, but the final outcome is a film with a solid, engaging plot and neat visual effects.
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A kitschy, corny and sometimes badly acted film, which surprisingly delivers a wicked amount of nasty fun.
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Kelly Reilly and Luke Evans introduce a palette of acting tools, but “10×10” is nonetheless directed without flair.
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Sam Worthington “stars” in a lifeless science fiction drama, which doesn’t really work on any level (maybe apart from a gorgeous house of the protagonist).
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It might be difficult to talk about “Black Panther” without the political background. Still, I did my best.
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You die as a good standalone film, or you live long enough to see yourself become crap.
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Steven Spielberg’s “The Post” is on par with the most renown dramas about journalism.
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“Braven” offers everything that a solid blockbuster should include – a simple story, a reasonably motivated characters and well-directed action sequences.
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