Lazer Team is a solid film that manages to be funny when it matters, and never outstays it's welcome at any point, keeping the pacing solid and engaging. A must see for any Roosterteeth fans, and a should watch for fans of sci-fi comedy. Jones and Dolton stand out as members of the titular team and Ritchson handles what could have easily been a flat character with a certain grace.
A sharp, engaging, and informed comedy discussing and detailing issues of racism and identity, still very relevant to the Western world (even with the film being Americo-centric in it's view). A well shot, well written, and well directed that is able to tackle complex and divisive issues with grace and intelligence.
A fun take on the alien invasion genre with some good performances form the main cast, as well as few faces that will be well known to British TV viewers. It manages to delicately work the line of 'serious' sci-fi and absurd comedy to an extent that even through the more ridiculous moments it manages to successfully suspend belief to keep you invested in the film.
Definitely a fun watch.
This film is a trainwreck of bad filmmaking and should be avoided at all costs. A phenomenally boring and uninteresting main lead who doesn't drive the narrative anyway. He merely wanders around and somehow all the mysteries are told to him, even though he doesn't react to anything going or told to him.
And that might be tolerable if the film was actually interesting in the story it was telling. But it is not, it takes what (you eventually learn) could have been a dark story and makes you care so little about that you are just waiting for it to end so you never have to go back to it ever again.
Also, the ending will make you want to punch the writer for being a bloody idiot.
A clever and engaging time travel fest that manages to maintain interest and intrigue throughout. The overarching plot of attempting to stop a terrorist through a decade of time jumps continues to intrigue until you are able to solve, while the intermediate story has a commendable performance by Sarah Snook that which somehow manages to feel separate but not out of place.
Not perfect, but an utterly fantastic and enjoyable movie.