Like to watch something on someone's birth or death day. Or both! Also like to watch TV movies.
Knew about the surprising thing with Steven Segall going in. That was really the only surprise I expected this to deliver. Surprised me further to learn that this action really has more sneaking around than fights and shoot 'em ups till the shit really hits the fan at the end. And I liked it. Furthermore, surprisingly I was kinda reminded of The Poseidon Adventure, but if it was on a plane. Found this better than Air Force One as a result. A good decision was made indeed.
This wasn't on my radar. None of these have been, yet I've had peeps who've wanted me to play with them. I chose to bite this time because the friend who asked got me to where I'm at with Haunting in Venice, so. But, yeah no sorry these are still not for me. Viola Davis, Jason Schwartzman, and Peter Dinklage helped a bit. But then that last chapter came along (which barely/didn't have them) and my patience was really tested.…
I found the first with the huge exception of Jim Carrey to be very generic and safe as fuck. But, maybe it needed to be to establish and set up this character and to see that "if you build it, they will come."
Now the skies can be the limit (sort of,) and they certainly took that sentiment (in a way.) Still flawed as hell, even down to doubling harder on what didn't work previously (seriously, what is up with…
Is this my favorite film of the year? Nope (haha). Men still retains that title. But, while that absolutely is a horror too, it wasn't so much that aspect I responded to most to keep it at the top. It's the fascinating depiction of guilt and grief as to why I love it so. And, Ok, pretty much the only two actor's in the whole thing as well.
Anyway, this is becoming a longwinded explanation for while I may prefer…