“Sicario: Day Of The Soldado” is a loose reference to Denis Villeneuve’s thrilling masterpiece. As a standalone film, it makes a decent B-entry, but as a continuity of “Sicario” from 2015, it’s an absolute misfire.
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A thought-provoking horror, Steven Soderbergh’s trash-fest and John Travolta’s miserable attempt at reviving his career. Welcome to the weekly update by Cultural Hater.
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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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Kelly Reilly and Luke Evans introduce a palette of acting tools, but “10×10” is nonetheless directed without flair.
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“Sicario: Day Of The Soldado” will open a new chapter in a story, where we didn’t expect any further installments. Will it work?
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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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Only once in a while, there happens a movie so invigorating in philandering with genres.
Continue reading “Hell of a good time – Good Time (2017)”
“All The Money In The World” checks many boxes of a good film, but it is still a chore to sit through.
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