Written by Alexander Reams "The breakneck speed of “Bullet Train” could’ve easily collapsed into a mess, but with a strong hand on the directing helm by Leitch, it stayed on the rails as long as it needed to."… Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao Character models are less focused on realism and more on expressiveness. The humor, similarly, has begun taking a more comic slapstick feel, less reliant on references to pop culture like DreamWorks films of old, but more … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao 20/100 The goal of Jeymes Samuel’s The Harder They Fall is stated in its opening title cards. “While the events of this story are fictional… These. People. Existed.” This platitude should be a warning to anyone … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison 85/100 Nine Days has a premise that could have very easily tipped towards the saccharine, spouting platitudes about the meaning of life with obnoxious heavy-handedness. Luckily, director Edson Oda and his creative team decided instead to … Continue reading.