"And then it's Wednesday again."
Pure silliness masquerading as high concept cinema, but the setpieces are masterfully executed—visually atleast. I could probably look past the immense plot convolutions if the characters would just shut up, but Nolan is as Nolan does.
It’s mind blowing in craft, yet mind numbing in substance.
It amazes me how Jackie Chan has such a large following in the U.S., but if you ask most people they have never even seen his original Hong Kong films, but rather only his American movies he’s starred in. I’ll admit that at the time of this review I am still one of those people.
This man rivals the best of the best of stunt men, right down to a similar level as Buster Keaton. Holy. Fucking. Shit. I can’t wait to watch the rest of his filmography.
We all know he’s a legend, but have we all witnessed it ourselves is the question...
There’s nothing to learn here. They kept each subject way too dumbed down and surface level to gain anything at all comprehensively.
The sad thing is I feel the best, most constructive conversations between each scientist probably did occur, but only ever off screen. What we do see is forced dialogue that never really explains anything.
Get Out is an easy-to-predict horror comedy that doubles as an overt social satire about current race relations in the US. Though pretty heavy handedly, the film definitely says what it intends to say. It sorta (but not completely) fails as a horror film, as it takes way too long to get where it's going and almost every little aspect is seen coming from a mile away. Don't get me wrong, there are some genuinely creepy and uncomfortable scenes here, but those…