The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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...it's ultimately not terribly difficult to discern why Truth or Consequences, N.M. has all but been forgotten in the years since its 1997 release.
It's a derivative setup, and the entire film's turn of events is just as unoriginal, but taken at face value as a thriller, it works.
I'm a Vincent Gallo fan.
Both the protagonists and the film are doomed from the start, in this vulgar and mindless action flick.
A powerhouse crime-thriller that's crafted with intense dedication and riveting performances. Director - Co-Star, Kiefer Sutherland is a knockout, his performance is explosive and his direction is brilliant. A heard-edged film that has all barrels-blazing, is darkly funny and has intriguing character development. A riveting and action-packed thrill-ride that actually has consequences to the characters actions and showcases great talent from the cast. Vincent Gallo is terrific. Martian Sheen is wickedly cool. A powerful, stylish and ferocious movie that underneath all its gruff lies a heart.
I watched this one because Mykelti Williamson is in it and I'm trying to watch all his movies. Neat little thriller about a group of ex cons who while ripping off a drug dealer accidentally kill an undercover cop, forcing them to take to the road. They head for Las Vegas to sell the stolen drugs taking along with them a couple as hostages as they are pursued by both the cops, and the drug dealers associates, who are not best pleased with what they have done. The film moves at a reasonable pace and the acting is good, especially from leads, Gallo, Williamson and an evil Kiefer Sutherland, who clearly enjoys his role as the psychotic Curtis. It's just a shame that the plot seems to run out of steam for the last 20 or so minutes but it does come together again for an exciting finale. Well worth checking out. Sutherland also directed. 3 1/2 Stars 6-4-13
Pulp Fiction it's not, and to call it Tarantino-esque would be overdoing it. Still, it's a fun enough ride, especially with a batshit crazy Kiefer Sutherland.
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