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A little bit of John Wick
He kills they friendly staggering number of people with guns, knives, bombs whatever comes to hand, and he's good at it but obviously this is a characterful drama. He is also haunted by the image of a child, there is something else darker in his past and a bond starts to form between him and the young lad.
Directed by Sam Hargrave who's a stunt specialist boy does it show because the main selling point in the film are some real virtuoso action sequences there are these chase sequences that go in through buildings out through windows down doors the long streets and into cars in kind of quite breathless what appear to be single shots between very sparse editing and those sequence really kind of well-executed. During those sequences, you can forget the essential emptiness of the film because in the end the film itself this story is very throwaway and the characterization is a very thumbnail and the kind of backstory is pretty perfunctory, so anyway there are some very well orchestrated action set pieces, nothing more than this.
What Did Jack Do? (2017)
Annoying Orange video but directed by David Lynch
Dialogue is always pointlessly on the verge of collapse, but never does.
Good Omens (2019)
Better than book
You must watch, let the dynamics of Tennant and Sheen be your first reason here. That's why I'd like to give my armful of love to Amazon, which has helped me realize how much I've missed watching Tennant since Doctor Who.
On the other hand, this absurd comedy, where not only two, but each performer has a great performance, has everything for you to watch. With Frances McDormand's voice of God, Jon Hamm's Angel Gabriel and exciting Queen songs I can count on you for many more reasons.
If you are fond of the apocalyptic theme like me, I strongly recommend without hesitation. When you say references from the Bible, prophecies and information about the history of witchcraft history, you really don't understand how time passes.
Cool poster. Horrible story. Uneven sound design.Ultra-violent tale of a mad prophet. A horror movie that starts out as one thing, and finishes having mutated into another.
Paper Towns (2015)
1000 Miles to Friendzone
Paper Towns is the very ordinary. The cinematography is very standard for this kind of film, the acting uninspired and easy, the script predictable and full of stereotypes, and comedy inserted into every few minutes of the film to distract from the cookie-cutter dialogue. Nat Wolff cannot carry a film on his own, and his character is uninteresting and unrelatable. Cara Delevinge does not shine either.
John Wick (2014)
Keanu gets pissed and shoots people in the face for 101 minutes*
John wick has a very simple revenge story. It can be summarized as "Keanu gets angry and shoots bad guys" but what makes it special? Directed by Chad Stahelski who's a stunt specialist boy does it show because the main selling point in the film are some real virtuoso action sequences, well made choreographies. Unlike today's action movies, it doesn't use quick-cuts or shaky cameras actually see what's going on.
Jack Ryan (2018)
Typical American Military series
Human injuries, wall and car explosions in spectacular arrays of destruction, especially when Jack is fight with some terrorist.
The most true thing that can be said about Krasinski's performance here is, Big Tuna is not Jack Ryan. I can't be serious when I look at it.