A decent zombie flick, Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula lacks the ingenuity seen in the first film, choosing to follow Hollywood trends.
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Abs. So Many Abs. At one point in 300, a Spartan soldier spears a charging rhino. After that, joined together, the Spartan army pushes elephants off a cliff. There’s …
Utterly delightful, Flash Gordon never fears being a knock-off, or putting an absurd spin on things, even if it's a pillow fight.
Treating Sherlock Holmes as an intellectual action hero, the modern take is clever and carries a great villain, but it's overstuffed.
There's fun when watching Holmes and Moriarty dialog-duel their way through conflict in Game of Shadows, the rest is routine.
Birds of Prey focuses on remaking Harley Quinn, but in doing so, ignores the more interesting and nuanced characters around her.
Bloodshot doesn't want to consider the ethical quagmire behind its story, so aims its attention on hokey action scenes instead.
Embracing the character's pulp origins with no restrictions, Mask of Zorro is a delight that holds up thanks to the inspired casting.
Days of Thunder repeats movie history to an exacting degree, and while an entertaining watch, the story is a listless jumble.
It's hard not to be drawn in by Top Gun's lavish, theatrical presentation even if its routine story does nothing unpredictable.
Hampered by outmoded style and themes, Bad Boys for Life still produces the most entertaining comedy of the series, if little else.
Challenging America's racist attitudes, Ip Man 4 isn't subtle, but has its heart in the right place to send off this real world inspiration.