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Hit & Run is awfully hit & miss. Shepard and Palmer just don't do anything terribly exciting with the film's vehicles. The film's characterisation is hopelessly underdeveloped and an undercurrent of homophobia does little to make the experience any less tedious.
47 Ronin is admirably devoted to its material, but it's almost tedious to watch. A handsome movie in many ways, but it feels like an unpolished first draft, one that can't quite decide how fantastical it wants to be. There's clearly been a lot of money spent and a lot of effort but the results are lacklustre, stupid and dull.
Hard-hearted and ostentatiously nasty, the most stylish thing Spike Lee has been involved with for years. The martial arts sequences are a joy to watch and, when taken as it's own entity, this "Old Boy" feels like it should hit it's intended audience favorably. Viewers new to Oldboy will appreciate Lee's vision. Fans of Park's film will likely be far less impressed.