[I]t primarily functions on its own individual wave length and succeeds because of its light energy and terrific ensemble of wonderful characters.
John Wick: Chapter 4 earns every second of its epic runtime, and there’s a strong argument to be made that it’s the best of the sequels.
It leans more toward “disappointing” than “awful,” but at least “awful” would have made it more interesting.
The marketing has highlighted that Ghostface is operating with new rules, and that's true for the movie as a whole.
Operation Fortune is a rich spy caper that cashes in every chip it has with such glee that it’s only further evidence as to why Ritchie should continue to play the spy game on a regular basis.
We are just two months into the year 2023, and already cinema has successfully imparted a message that will not soon fade from thought: Jonathan Majors is a phenomenal actor.
It may not be much of a mystery, but Luther: The Fallen Sun is certainly watchable, and it’s mostly because of the work put in by Andy Serkis.
Cinemas need and deserve movies that are pure and uncut bundles of nasty fun like Cocaine Bear.
[A] blockbuster that’s never compelling for more than five minutes at a time and has nothing original or special to contribute to the superhero genre.
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