Valiant's listlessness can't even achieve equal measure to Disney's manic WWII propaganda films.
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Not only poking fun at Star Wars, Spaceballs takes aim at the film industry as a whole in a clever spoof with every Mel Brooks signature.
V for Vendetta's world only gained in relevance over time, but its centrist, even fatalistic perspective never finds a solution.
While the sentimentality for a lost era of heroism is great, the execution of Jake Speed is muddled, ponderous, and desperate for charisma.
Cats and Baby Ruths Hellboy’s challenge is in finding who he is, or what he’s meant to be. He’s from Christianity’s interpretation of hell. Nazis brought Hellboy into the …
Special Order 937 Kennedy’s grand plan for space eventually fizzled. NASA’s dwindling budget founded the shuttle program and then floundered. Private investors took over, then corporations saw profitable opportunities. …
Slow burn heist The Last Panthers is a deeply compelling, impressive television series from Europe. The intricately layered criminal drama is part heist and part international financial intrigue, all …
Hercules gives us a realistic demi-god, who may or may not be a god but he totally punched a hyrda in the face once.
Snowpiercer is created with the mindset of surface and deeper level metaphors.
Most of the characters mope around with their heads down, likely mimicking the audience, waiting for something to happen.