Michael Jai White could have delivered a solid film if he only had a supporting cast that could do more than read their lines aloud and a script that didn’t make the surprise villain obvious from the word go.
Empire State is a decent character-driven crime movie, but someone should’ve told Dwayne Johnson that it was set in the 80s.
Split is a testament to Mr McAvoy’s range moreso than Mr Shyamalan’s direction, which left off the one thing I most wanted to see at the end.
This sequel retains the heart and wit of the original and adds a profound message missing not only from the original, but from most mass-market media.
Luke Scott’s Morgan is slick with polish, displays honest and realistic emotions, and only somewhat mars its success with a predictable twist.
The Hurricane Heist successfully occupies the workhorse position of an action movie that is predictable while still being entertaining.
3 Days to Kill surprises by hitting all its emotional beats with vigor, making this movie better than anyone should expect.