Bullet Train's eccentric, wild, and hilarious style helps it stand out in the action genre.
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While not memorable, Mortal Kombat successfully channels the videogame series and its violence, along with a movie-stealing performance by Josh Lawson.
Thin and ludicrous, Mortal Kombat doesn't wait for anything to happen, instead brawling from the opening moments to distract from contextual faults.
Lifeless Although an multi-national crew works aboard the International Space Station – a point Life draws on – it involves no border politics. Life isn’t about clashing ideologies or …
Emotive silhouettes, peering sunlight, and subtle wide angle shots erect a feature with few cinematic boundaries.
The 47 Ronin story is a daring Asian tale of revenge, bravery, and sacrifice, somehow tortured by Westernized Hollywood into this mythical escapism
Wolverine turns second tier, displaced as he inadvertently becomes tied up in a criminally vintage “damsel in distress” narrative.