Before it was ever made into a Hollywood movie starring Gary Oldman, John le Carré’s novel of the same name was crafted into a fantastic adaptation for British television by BBC. The 1979 production of Tinker Tailo...
Knights is bound and determined to entertain, and in the end, plays it ridiculously safe.
Chan flips kicks the piece to success, towering over the hackneyed familiarity of the cliche-riddled script with wildly kooky fight scenes.
Hard Core Logo 2 is not unwatchable by any means, but it misses the superior characters and acting performances found in Hard Core Logo.
Hard Core Logo is a subtle and sophisticated take on the bonds within a band, while also spoofing the music scene it so lovingly portrays
It's remarkable how high a body count can rise without repetition settling in.
Mother's Day works primarily due to the inversion of stereotypes in early horror for the three women.
Scalene is more a sober drama told in a careful and deliberate manner with a devastating emotional climax, than the thriller it's portrayed as in the marketing materials.
Eventual broken bonds carry no substantial weight, nor does the underlying narrative.
There are only a few effective visceral scares for monster fans, as Headspace largely deals in the horrors of the human mind.
It's old school WWF, and the glitzy color of the attitudes in that ring bringing about a retro vibe.
The film brings back a style lost, a steady camera willing to savor the sights, even if they're puny in scale.