Playing more like The Italian Job than Day of the Dead, Army of Thieves gives us more of Matthias Schweigöfer’s fan favorite from Army of the Dead, but in a new and exciting genre playground.
The film has impressive scope, compelling characters, and some fascinating driving philosophies, but it’s an adventure that also attempts to bite off a bit more than it can chew.
It’s a Ridley Scott medieval epic deeply exploring the harsh and age-old truths of a woman caught in the middle of a man’s world.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife is a sometimes rousing, sometimes amusing, and sometimes unbalanced continuation of a beloved franchise that Hollywood doesn’t want to see die.
Its sweetness and well-intentioned message prevails during its viewing, but otherwise it’s just an OK and rather forgettable animated film.
[W]alking away from the movie you just can’t help but be utterly impressed by the work from Jonathan Majors and LaKeith Stanfield
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