Bad Boys for Life
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Film docs don't get much better than this. All DePalma, talking about his many films. The ups, the downs, the victories, the failures, funny stories, compromises with producers, influences - it's all here. If you like his work, you'll love this film.
Enjoyable post-apocalpytic, sci-fi romp with good CG dragons and well-paced action sequences. Stellar cast elevates material, which leaves you forgetting about the odd plot hole.
Slow-moving, dying-to-be highbrow sci-fi flick with little payoff. Plenty of atmosphere, plenty of intrigue but, inevitably, plenty of questions and convenient plot jumps. Looks great, but ultimately, unsatisfying.
DBOX seats shook, rattled and rolled us on a two-hour tour of the galaxies of Valerian - a visually-stunning (yet difficult to follow) space epic. Worth seeing on the big screen for the psychedelic ride - as well as the incredible assortment of characters. Resign yourself to decifering the multiple plot loops the next time around. **1/2 out of 5*
Standard western saved by climactic ending as Errol Flynn trades his sword for a six-shooter here in Dodge City. Great train sequences, too, complete with men jumping onto galloping horses. A bit hokey in parts (particularly some of the dialogue) but still enjoyable in the end. ***/5*