Visually, it was eye-catching. But everything else just made me feel like I have COVID all over again. What a forgettable film with nauseating pacing and unimaginative characters.
You know, I don't necessarily believe in vulgar auteurism. This unusual movement of reevaluating critically-derided film to see if we missed something. That just sounds too common to be its own thing.
I was told that this film deserved a little reevaluation. Maybe we had missed something. Perhaps it's not a good Resident Evil film but a thrilling action-horror film from the director of Event Horizon, which is one of my favorite cosmic horror films.
I was rather unimpressed with…
An action-packed, psychological thrill-ride wrapped inside a burrito of Philip Marlowe detective stories with a dash of Bogart/Bacall chemistry between Pattinson and Kravitz.
An absolute stunning show from Matt Reeves and his perfectly cast players. I couldn't have asked for a better superhero action film that explored the seediness of Gotham, the original interpretation of the Batman mythology, and a well-directed intriguing story layered with beautiful cinematography and a score that'll linger in my brain for years to come.