Topics :: action-adventure
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The epic concludes in epic fashion; the film feels bigger than it does long, and after so many hours already spent in this fantastical land, that's saying something.
What "The Expendables 3" lacks in wit, charm and style it covers up with fight sequences and star power.
In modern space adventures like "Guardians of the Galaxy," Han Solo is the hero, supporting characters are cool but misunderstood geeks, and the super villains are kind of hot.
Like "Promethius" before it, "Exodus" feels too long, too shallow, and - despite its visual grandeur, plumped up with 3D production, and its big-budget gloss - not narratively big enough to fill the shoes of its predecessors.
Don't let this ludicrous film cool your interest in spy flicks, even though it does pretty much get everything about the genre wrong.
"Into the Storm" works as a moderately entertaining, occasionally nail-biting action thriller.
The prince of power gets a redux courtesy of director Brett Ratner and action star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in "Hercules" (Extended Cut). Full of punches but low on power, this is one epic left to history.
Judging from the trailer, "John Wick" is a taut, atmospheric thriller. Judging from the film itself, it's a comedy -- but then again, this is a Keanu Reeves vehicle.
David Ayer's "Fury" is a grisly, jingoistic slice of macho-porn disguised as a gritty war film.
This newest installment in the X-Men film franchise marks the return of director Bryan Singer, who invests the film with moments of pure pop poetry. Film and director both benefit, so let's keep it that way from now on.
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