This movie had Mads Mikkelsen wandering around in the most pimping fur coat and yet somehow I was bored.
Do you have a box of tissues ready because I was not prepared for this.
Catherine Keener just wants to stop a big corporation from ripping down her little pink house. The fact it's based on a true story is galling. It's a competently made movie and presents a clear eye view of its subject.
I would die for Catherine Keener.
Look, Netflix provides a Dylan O'Brien action flick and you know I'm beholden to observe. Even if I have seen it before.
Luckily it's just bland enough that I could recall the broad strokes of the weirdly old school plotting and marvel at how ultimately wasted this opportunity is.
Combining the War on Terror with the Cold War for an espionage movie feels lazy and derivative (I know it's based on a book.) But you've got a young hot action…
Hello, cinema lovers, look at your action heroes, now back to me, now back at your boring action stars, now back to me. Sadly, they aren’t me, but if they stopped using boring grey colour palettes and switched to neon lighting, they could look like me. Look down, back up, where are you? You’re in Morocco with the assassin of your dreams and he's taking off his belt. What’s in your hand, back at me. I have it, it’s a…