All you need is a train and a missing person and you've got compelling cinema. Movement and mystery. Two great tastes that taste great together.
1. The beasts were not fantastic nor did I care where they came from.
2. The crimes were committed by Warner Bros. Grindelwald innocent.
3. And the secrets. Ah, the secrets of dumb lore.
Beyond the pale, this series. I mean, it's just beyond the pale. I have no words.
A simple fact: action movies have been neutered, half-baked, half-written and served cold for children with Attention Deficit Disorder. Die Hard has aged into a lost art. It has a wholly original, unpredictable screenplay, crisp with sharp dialogue matched with badass line delivery through the mouths of believable human characters (This sentence alone cannot be attributed to a single modern action film). There is a tight plot that gradually escalates, accumulating ZERO gaps in logic equaling to not a single…