Bizarrely discarding the series' norms, Underworld Awakening reverses the conflict, and messily introduces new concepts between numbing action scenes.
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Deepening the lore but dismissing the historical metaphor, Underworld Evolution provides more stable, coherent action if a dulled plotline.
Underworld isn't necessarily unique on its surface, but for a showy action series, it's at least trying to find depth.
A young Christian Bale and Kate Beckinsale appear in Royal Deceit, an eccentric adaptation of Hamlet, which occasionally entertains.
Underwater In one film, Underworld never held enough narrative that it needed a fifth sequel in Blood Wars. Indifferent and unnecessary come to mind in reference to this follow-up, …
A fine cast led by Ben Kingsley and Kate Beckinsale deliver in this Victorian thriller A young doctor in Victorian England arrives at a remote asylum seeking medical training, …
The film throws money at a problem it doesn't know how to solve.
The key to Everybody's Fine is purely De Niro who expertly crafts a lonely senior, lost without anyone in his home.
What was once kinetic and weighted in mythology has now eroded into a claustrophobic, 3D money grab.
Contraband doesn't do much for its credibility, most of the legitimate aspects coming between the family material.
Whiteout, not named after the correctional liquid, is just one of those movies where things like killers trudging through snow dressed all in black happens.
Going into any Adam Sandler comedy, you need to be prepared for the lowbrow schlock to come. Click is no exception, but unlike the usual light-hearted farces starring the …