Mary Poppins Returns
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Kris Kristofferson, Val Kilmer and Dwight Yoakam are compelling in beautifully lived-in, vanity-free performances, but the drama's escalating dread fizzles in a farcical pileup of disaster.
The film's payoff is clumsy and obvious. But Kristofferson, Corbin, Kilmer, Yoakam and Duff create indelible characters in just a few scenes each.
Bloodworth is, for the most part, dominated by uninteresting, pointless encounters and conversations.
Bloodworth has value, but there's a harsh price to be paid for the dramatic investment. I'd rather recommend a crudely shortened version of the film than no film at all.
The visuals are as lingeringly rich as Carolina summers. The music is supervised by the legendary T-Bone Burnett and is authentic and poignant.
...feels like a family myth you've heard since childhood, a story handed down through generations.
It's easier to get blood from a stone than to get entertainment value from Bloodworth.
Decently sketched in its surrounding detail, but don't expect any dramatic catharsis; the track upon which Bloodworth travels is all too familiar, even if runs through a neighborhood less often glimpsed.
Decently done. A little slow. Pretty good cast...except I am NOT a Val Kilmer fan at all (fortunately his part is minimal). Kris Kristofferson did a really nice job, as did the young man Reece Daniel who carries the film. Not completely forgettable.
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