Slaves and uprisings fill in Underworld's lore somewhat needlessly, but Rise of the Lycans offers enough satisfying action to earn its keep.
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Deepening the lore but dismissing the historical metaphor, Underworld Evolution provides more stable, coherent action if a dulled plotline.
It Was the Swan Inserting American action values into prim, proper, and friendly rural Britain is a comedic masterstroke. As Hot Fuzz picks up energy, Simon Pegg chases down …
No Poliwhirl, No Sale Detective Pikachu’s opening act sticks out. Shadows dominate the aesthetic. Scenes take place in a rundown bar. It’s sweaty and moody, with blinds allowing limited …
Jack the Ripper On Steroids A series of grisly murders have shaken the Limehouse district in London, leading residents to believe a mythical Golem from Jewish lore is responsible …
... there is almost nothing in I, Frankenstein worthy of attention.
The film throws money at a problem it doesn't know how to solve.
Rarely does Wrath tumble into sluggishness, a brisk 90-minutes passing by without so much as blinking before another action sequence sprints into view.
... the original three and a half hour cut Richard Curtis was working with would have been okay.