Lost in space, a member of a misfit band of space-mercenaries is found by his father.
Another boring semi-superhero movie. I expect this will be mildly entertaining for people who really liked the earlier one.
Two interns and a lovesick magazine reporter follow up on a crazy old classified ad requesting a partner for time travel.
It's not exactly a time-travel movie, science fiction, a comedy or a romance or a romantic comedy, but it does have a light dusting of everything. It's "okay".
A broken man, having done the hokey pokey as an assassin, is forced back in. Again.
Adequate. It borrows from feelings and elements of other movies, and does a mediocre job of entertaining.
- Properly titled John Wick: Chapter 2
Continues from John Wick - (2014 movie)
Thrust back into a life he thought he exited, a contract killer vows revenge for the brutal slaying of.. his dog.
An adequate movie.
A writer visiting contemporary Paris is repeatedly transported to 1920s Paris.
This has been described as a romantic comedy, but there is neither romance nor comedy to be found. It's dry and drags its feet.
Aliens arrive, but nobody knows the first thing about talking to them.
This is another movie whose description would spoil it. With a rather mellow and thoughtful tone throughout, it pulls the viewer in. I think it will hold up well over time, too.
A feminist's documentary about men's (human) rights.
A refreshing piece of work, with the intellectual morals to actually talk to the men's rights advocates being talked about. The contrast between "the sides" is truly astonishing.
Betrayed by his partner-in-crime over syndicate buy-in money, and by his wife over his affair, a man returns from his assumed-murder to collect his cut from their last job.
An amazing movie that has a great tone throughout. It's straightforward and blunt. Although Mel Gibson is flat, it works for both the character and the movie.
The son of a billionaire family survives them in a plane crash in the Himalayas, and returns after being raised by monks only to find their ancient enemies throughout his old home and business. Basically Marvel's Batman.
At first I was going to ignore this series, because the Iron Fist trailer made it look like utter trash, but the YUR A WHITE MALE "mainstream liberal media" response made me interested.
Even though the superhero genre is generally tiring, this show is well worth watching, and its response is a beautiful example of fake news manufactured by "social" "justice".