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Midnight in Paris is no doubt beautifully filmed, and its themes of nostalgia are heartfelt and genuine, but with a surprisingly dull script, lackluster pacing, an absurd and nonsensical story, an unsettling ending, and (as can be expected) a completely miscast performance from Owen Wilson, it's a ultimately a pretty big disappointment.
It's not one of Woody Allen's more ambitious projects, but Magic in the Moonlight's charming cast, intriguing plot, heartfelt message, and snappy humor make it a likable and entertaining romantic comedy.
Its more modern vibe and PG-13 rating might turn away some of the franchise's more old-school fans, but The Expendables 3 still delivers the marvelous cast, fantastic action, tense plot, and badass one-liners that makes the franchise enjoyable. Also, Mel Gibson's absolutely bravura performance as Conrad Stonebanks is easily the best villain performance of 2014 so far.
Better scripted, plotted, and directed than the first film, and featuring a much more fun and self-deprecating vibe and tone, The Expendables 2 is undoubtedly the best of the Expendables trilogy, and just a damn great action film on its own.
Though Sylvester Stallone's direction is a bit choppy and the plot is thin, and Mickey Rourke and Bruce Willis are horribly underused, The Expendables utilizes its fantastic cast and tense premise to great extent, and delivers a good old-fashioned, exciting actioner.
Though its dialogue and characters mostly consist of military cliches, The Last Ship greatly succeeds with its fleshed-out storylines, great performances, an extremely tense and inventive plot, and large-scale action sequences and special effects. Also, the series finale has one of the most intense television cliffhangers I've ever seen.