Tag: Jason Statham

Hobbs & Shaw 4K UHD Review

Someone’s Overcompensating It figures that in this current and cursed timeline, something like Hobbs & Shaw speaks sensibly. As a brazen, idiotic, muscle-driven action flick, it’s necessary to spell …

The Meg Review

Meg-a Dull The final image of The Meg is a tongue-in-cheek, punny “Fin.” If only the rest had that dad humor. It’s odd to consider The Meg’s sin is …

Mechanic: Resurrection Blu-ray Review

Mechanic: Retired (Hopefully) Mechanic: Resurrection is designed to be consumed by 20-somethings who enjoy watching a 40-something blow stuff up, peddled by 60-somethings who know how to market a …

Spy Blu-ray Review

Melissa McCarthy and Paul Feig Team Up Again Spy joins the “woman version of…” genre which appears to have sprouted wings solely under writer/director Paul Feig. A woman-led Hangover …

Furious 7 UHD Blu-ray Review

Seven times Faster Inside of his car, falling down the side of a mountain, glass and rocks splintering from the impact, Vin Diesel survives. Not only does he survive, …

The Expendables 3 Blu-ray Review

The Cost Cutting Edition Nostalgia is finite and Expendables 3 has run out. This one is down to fumes. Expendables 3 is too far, conceptually, from the original point. …

Homefront Blu-ray Review

Small town scum provide enough antagonistic clearance for Jason Statham to slam their heads through glass without repercussions in Homefront.