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Awfully similar to the first one, but it has enough ideas to separate itself from it. "22 Jump Street" might deliver laughs and great chemistry by the main duo, but it falters due to a weak script and a "been there, done that" type of feeling. Still, it doesn't stop me from laughing at Ice Cube's brilliant performance.
Lack of action, but makes it up with tension and a solid performance by J-Law, "Mockingjay Part 1" is a great example why films shouldn't be split into two. It just sets us up for a sequel that we shouldn't wait for and pay for something that doesn't exactly deliver what we crave for. Definitely the weakest of the franchise. Too much talking and too many things not happening. Disappointing.
The perfect example of a movie telling its story through imagery and characters' emotions. It's definitely not for everyone since it's too slow for those who are impatient. I need to watch this again in order to properly review it. It's definitely unique and something I haven't seen before which caused me to feel at lost.
Emotional is the best way to describe this motion picture adventure. It has some flaws, including its length and the role of a certain actor who appears out of the blue, but "Interstellar" has enough spectacle and thrilling sequences to entertain and glue us onto our seat. Definitely not Nolan's best, but definitely not his worst. The intellectual of this piece sometimes exceeds its grasps and leaves us straying into a black hole, pun intended.
Dark, gritty, intense, and scary, at times; "I Saw the Devil" is not for the faint of heart. It doesn't hold anything back. The violence is uncanny and the performances are exhilarating to watch. A type of cat-and-mouse thriller that keeps you on the edge of you seat. Unforgettable and fucking heartless.