A worthy outing for Daniel Craig, who in my opinion delivers his best Bond performance here and brings an emotional weight to his character that makes him more humanised in this one. For a near 3 hour film this flew by, the pacing was excellent throughout so I commend them for that, and the direction and visuals were outstanding to put it lightly. The action in this was great and it was cool to see more gadgets implemented; I do…
I remember watching this with my brother when I was a kid and thinking Riki was the coolest dude going , this film at first glance just looks terrible but when you actually watch it, it’s a gory over-the-top action extravaganza which never slows down - definitely one to watch in a group, it’s so funny.
The Devil All The Time features one of the biggest casts I’ve seen in a while and that really reflects the scope of the movie too which is grand in scale and has that epic drama feel which is similarly seen in The Place Beyond The Pines, a film that came to mind a lot watching this.
This film is downright dark and some scenes are very hard to watch, the overall tone evokes a lot of despair and foreboding,…
Absolute blast from start to finish, every joke landed and it balanced the comedy and emotional moments well; this is one of the best comic book films I’ve seen in years and might be the best DC film since The Dark Knight. Doesn’t even deserve to be compared to the 2016 suicide squad because this one blows that out of the water. Another thing I really liked about this was how original the characters felt and the good amount of…