While not memorable, Mortal Kombat successfully channels the videogame series and its violence, along with a movie-stealing performance by Josh Lawson.
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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.