Inferno (Pilgrim) Reviews
Almost no one must live in Arizona since no one seems to react and the police never come even after massive shootings in broad daylight.
Instead of firing from cover, professional criminals repeatedly walk into the line of fire so their opponents can gun them down.
Every shot is fatal when fired at minor characters. But shots miss or cause minor injuries when fired at major characters. Professional criminals engage in long speeches until their opponent access a hidden gun. Even then, the criminal delays firing until the opponent fires first.
In others words, an incredibly lazy and incompetent film.
The only point of depth we can see is the possible examination of whether it is circumstances or personality more responsible for violent behaviour, but I think we might be pulling that one out of nowhere, appropriate considering this movie went that way.
The below average weekend continues...Sling Blade is on the dish tonight, and we haven't seen that yet...at this rate, even an average film would be manna. heh heh