Midway indulges in messy, repetitive, and choreographed action, made worse through sloppy exposition in the script that drives hokey patriotism instead of authentic stakes.
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Midway is far too hollow and selective a film to depict such a critical point in World War II's Pacific front.
Decent Men in an Indecent Time The masterstroke of The Dark Knight is disrupting Batman fandom. He’s not a good guy. He’s not a hero. The Dark Knight redirects …
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Action Has Fallen With an insipid idea, the Olympus Has Fallen movie-verse continues in this sequel, placing its ludicrous kick-stab-shoot patriotism into London. Gerard Butler wails on terrorists who …
... there is almost nothing in I, Frankenstein worthy of attention.
Gratuitous violence may as well contain red, white, and blue stripes with every thrown punch or trails from fired bullets.
Battle: LA never becomes more than advertised, that of blending Black Hawk Down with alien invasion.
A cameo by Matthew McConaughey minus one shirt would complete a full list of this genre’s modern contrivances.