Temple of Doom gets lucky in being confined between two genuine classics, offsetting its pitifully uneven story.
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The Last Crusade is the best of the Indiana Jones series thanks to its entertaining humanization of Indy himself and Sean Connery's hilarious calm.
While indefensible in its action design, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull at least provides a solid character base to tell this story.
Speed perfectly stands for what mega-budget action movies should aim to be, turning into a winking metaphor for the entire genre and dwindling attention spans.
A genre masterpiece, The Good, the Bad, the Ugly doesn't suffer after decades of reference, parody, and copycats.
A smart western slaughter, Django upends the usual hero role for someone who must face his actions in doing right.
Even in superhero movie logic, Wonder Woman 1984 shows little common sense and it's burdened by an enlarged runtime that doesn't feel necessary.
More an attempt to create a ludicrous theme park ride than movie, 2012's absurdities, stock characters, and lengthy runtime make this a bloated, empty spectacle.
Killing Them Loudly There’s a morally reprehensible angle to Vigilante. Not only this film, but others of its brethren too, although Vigilante acts with a forthrightness. Fred Williamson exits …
Inventive in execution, Tenet tells a classic story filled with familiar themes, but visually dressing them in wild sci-fi theories.
Unique in its near future apocalypse, Mad Max takes to the road for a revenge tale, filled with violence and character.
Blade's smart approach to vampires uses engaging martial arts and splashy visual effects to show an allegory about race and generational division.