Blade Runner 2049 goes back to the future that used to be and the only thing any better is AI technology – and that’s not better for humanity, believe me.
As if the world didn’t already have enough reasons to look at the U.S. as the crazy, eccentric uncle of modern civilization, now there’s “American Made.”
They say geeks shall inherit the Earth and if that is true then Nurd Berger Cafe’s usurpation of Globe’s restaurant scene is a big step towards that goal.
This sequel to the 2014 film, Kingsman: The Secret Service, is way overlong and wastes a lot of talent; yet, somehow, it’s still very entertaining.
If heavy-handed violence and action gives you the popcorn munchies, then “American Assassin” is fine enough Saturday morning matinee fare.
If a story about misfit kids banding together to fight an unspeakable evil sounds like you’ve been there and done “It” before, well, you probably have.
For a film called Good Time, this one is definitely not that… unless your idea of a “good time” is watching some amazing acting performances.
“The Hitman’s Bodyguard” is a throwback of sorts to the cold-war action flicks of the eighties, but with a lot more “mother-f—ers!”
“Logan Lucky” is sort of like the Trump presidency, in that it’s entertaining until you start to think about it, then it doesn’t make any sense…
“Wind River” is a crime thriller that mixes melodrama with Native American missing-person issues, to mostly satisfying effect.