“Birds of Prey” and the Fantabulous Emancipation from the DCEU
Birds of Prey has some of the best stunt work and choreography of 2020, and was the most fun I’d had in an action film since John Wick 3.
Terminator: Dark Fate – Empowering Women, but a Disappointing Sequel in Arc
Overall, “Dark Fate” is a run-of-the-mill flick. Together, Reyes and Davis have excellent chemistry, but their characters’ story is nothing new, lacking surprise and deep emotion. During the middle points, the film drags considerably, and when the action hits, it feels consistently tight, eliminating the rhythm and fluidity of conflicts.
‘Bullet Train’ Review: Stereotypes Galore!
The assassins in Bullet Train are quirky, deadly, and diverse. Yet, they all seem to be some type of caricature. While the movie is fun and action-packed, it’s also packed with stereotypes that don’t make for the best representation.
‘The Princess’ — Hulu’s R-Rated Girlboss Royalty
Hulu continues its Summer releases with The Princess. This film follows the princess (yes, she is unnamed) as she attempts to escape her tower, refusing to be wed to a cruel man vying for the throne. Action-packed and snarky, this is a decently fun film if you need a fighting fix.
‘Pulgasari’: The Strange Story Behind North Korea’s Godzilla
When we hear Korean Cinema, we often think of South Korean Cinema, but what about North Korea? Sure, North Korea has its propaganda moments, but ‘Pulgasari’ might be its best one yet.
‘Spiderhead’: Netflix’s Newest Underwhelming High-Concept Sci-fi Thriller
‘Spiderhead’ is Netflix’s latest high high-concept Sci-fi offering in the acts of Chris Hemsworth, Miles Teller, Jurnee Smollett, and Mark Paguio
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 has been Unleashed
A smashing sequel to the first Sonic the Hedgehog film that also brings back elements from the popular video game series.
Joyfully Chaotic, ‘Why Don’t You Play in Hell?’ is a Must-See
If you enjoy Japanese cinema, absurdly violent action films, gangster flicks, or joyfully strange cinema, ‘Why Don’t You Play in Hell?’ is a must-see.
Polarizing Polar: An Exploitation Film For the Modern Viewer
In the shadow of towering film production companies lived dozens of grindhouses, genres, and low-budget films deemed too “unclean” for the modern film audience.
21 Bridges Review: An Average Film with a Powerhouse Lead
21 Bridges isn’t going to revolutionize action cinema. However, its action components are respectable. Every act is visibly clear, and as time moves forward, the film changes its conflictual rhythm.