Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All three actors turn in solid, committed performances despite physically limiting surroundings, even as you're left with the inescapable feeling that this raft has sailed.
Director Brian Falk, who co-wrote the script with Mark David Keegan, worked well with cinematographer Petr Cikhart to keep the story visually interesting, despite the limitations placed on the tale by the monotonous setting.
A groaningly tedious survival story that will at least leave you with a renewed commitment to wearing sunscreen.
The three actors deliver solid performances while getting completely under the sun-blistered skin of the downed pilots' characters. Definitely an inspirational tale.
Made on a fraction of the budget, "Against the Sun" works more effectively than Angelina Jolie's "Unbroken."
Eventually all the movie has is the talent and chemistry of the three actors; fortunately, that's enough to keep it afloat.
Tremendously inspirational. It's more thrilling and engrossing than Life of Pi.
A good old-fashioned story of American wartime heroism that's ironically less jingoistic than the major-studio release American Sniper.
Overly familiar, but still slightly more moving than "Unbroken," which covers some of the same nautical territory.
Against The Sun goes with the path of least resistance: a talkfest where the men reiterate every obstacle they face out loud.
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