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Sue me but I find it more entertaining than the first film. It's biggest flaw is that it has Pat Garrett in Billy's gang. Before he suddenly becomes the law.
Otherwise it has a fine cast and fun performances. They all have good chemistry as well. The end needed work though and felt rushed.
The film came out the same year as Speed, so it's compared to that. Since the film is about an Irish terrorist though. Blown Away is more like the superior Patriot Games.
Either way Blown Away isn't bad like critics said. I remember Siskel & Ebert enjoying picking it apart. Though Jeff Bridges lone bomb squad hero is so cliche, Tom Cruise might as well have played him. Since he rides up to a bomb scare on a motorcycle and in an Hawaiian shirt. Not knowing if he is Magnum P.I or yes, Tom Cruise.
If you give the film a fair chance over 20 years later. You might even enjoy Blown Away more than Speed. Since there's more than just a bomb on a bus.
Tommy Lee Jones' accent keep changing is a ton of fun as well lol. He's over the top and it shows that working with Jim Carrey a year later didn't rub off on him. He can do over the top insane, in his sleep.
Better than most of the movies that have macho action stars in kid movies. Since My Spy is surprisingly entertaining. It is not laugh loud funny but it's charming.
Though it doesn't work that he lets her bribe him by saying she will tell the mom he is a spy otherwise. Then he tells a whole class and the parents he is a spy.
A nice intense beer movie to watch when you are bored at home. The cast is fine, as is the acting. Even if it is predictable who will live and who will die.
Hopefully when he visits her at the hospital. She brutally kills him in front of his mom lol.
The film is surprisingly decent with a perfectly creepy Elizabeth Banks. The first half is similar to Chronicle. Then the last half decides to get goofy. With Elizabeth Banks literally bitch slapped to the moon.
Still, Power Rangers does not need to be rebooted again. When this is easily the best Power Rangers movie. Due to a pretty good cast and them in good form.
A ton of fun and action packed. Possibly the best one.
An edge of your seat thriller from beginning to end. With a superb performance by Elisabeth Moss (Us). As Cicilia, who literally escaped an abusive relationship with Adrian (Oliver Jackson).
She hides out at her friend James' (Aldis Hodge) house with his daughter Syndey (Storm Reid). She finally starts to feel free. When Adrian's brother relies the news that he is dead.
Strange things that Cecilia knows Adrian is only capable of start to happen around her. No one believe she has an invisible stalker though.
Invisible Man is surprisingly one of the years best. Who would think that Sleeping With the Enemy mixed with the invisible man, would work. It works extremely well. Since an invisible stalker is pretty scary.
It's not a car movie, really. So the name Faster doesn't entirely work. With that said it's definitely under-rated and not a bad movie at all.
When a film doesn't know what genre it falls under. Critics usually hate it. Memoirs of the Invisible Man doesn't know if it is a Thriller or a Comedy.
That doesn't make it a bad movie though. The film is fun with fine action, effects and a good musical score. You also have Sam Neil stealing the show as the villain. Chevy Chase tries his best despite being miscast.
The actors are in good form. The script isn't too focused though. The cop duo just bump into bad guys pretty much. Then chase them down, more than once.
There's much worse buddy cop movies though. Like, Cop Out.
Creed gave us the same usual Rocky story. That the first Rocky and Rocky Balboa gave us. A boxer just trying to prove themself. With the final match ending by decision. Creed just does that as well. Yet, Rotten Tomatoes has it ranked as the best boxing film of all time.
Now with Creed 2 reviews weren't as good. Since critics could admit the film isn't original. It's a combination of Rocky 3 and Rocky 4. Both films are good but less face it. Creed 1 is about as unoriginal as Creed 2. It is not the best boxing film of all time.
The relationship between Rocky (Sylvester Stallone) and Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan) makes this movie. Otherwise by the end Creed felt too much like the first Rocky and even Rocky Balboa. Where the movie is more about proving yourself than winning a match.
Stallone was excellent and robbed of an Oscar since he didn't just phone it in even if he could play Rocky in his sleep. Michael B. Jordan while also good I don't see how he was snubbed just because he was a good. I don't think he is at that level yet; especially if you watch Fantastic Four.
Creed is a fine film but not the best boxing film of all time. Like Rotten Tomatoes has it ranked as. The film wouldn't exist if Rocky didn't.
A darker humor take on the Munsters. That wasn't picked up. Just the pilot aired as a Halloween special.
It actually wasn't bad.
Cute but you'll probably miss Eddie Murphy. Peter Coyote adds some charm as the President though.
Totally predictable but not without charm, due to Sinbad. Though it's probably not the best example of how to deal with a bully.
Mike (Will Smith) and Marcus' (Martin Lawrence) friendship is tested. When Mike wants to team to take down cop killers. Marcus wants to retire and just be a family man.
Michael Bay isn't the director. The result is more story, more drama and more character development. Bay also not directing Bumblebee, resulted in the best Transformers movie as well. Though it is nice that he has a cameo in one scene.
The Smith and Lawrence chemistry is better when you actually have a story. Rather than them arguing or wise cracking between each shoot out.
It is also nice that the directors Arbi and Fallah don't think a film called Bad Boys For Life. Needs to be a nearly 3 hr epic. Like Bay would have gave us.
Birds of Prey is like DC and Warner Brothers answer to Deadpool. It's just as violent and off the wall. With Margot Robbie owning the Harley Quinn character. As well as owning every scene she is in.
James Marsden as Tom, can make the film feel like Hop but with Sonic the Hedgehog. Ben Schwartz is about as annoying, yet likable as the voice of Sonic. Like he is as Dewey in the new Ducktales.
Jim Carrey overacts but his overacting is on 10%, it goes up to 1000 in most of his movies. So he's restrained here. Like most Hollywood adaptions. It's too much about the human character and If Tom will leave where he is. To go be a cop in San Francisco. Instead of the traffic cop, Sonic prefers. Who has conversations with donuts.
Tom and Sonic go on a road trip to get to San Francisco where Sonics magic portal rings are lost. Along the way Sonic wants to of course tour America and live a little before he leaves to another planet through the magic rings. Which he has time to do despite Dr. Robotonic (Jim Carrey). Wanting to capture and dissect him.
Despite all the family film cliches listed. It's surprisingly nice to see Jim Carrey in something. His scenes are pretty entertaining. Sonic like I said is as likable and charming as he is annoying. Sonic could have been Smurfs like bad. Since Sonic didn't need to be in our world bonding with a human.
Some how it actually works and is one of the better video game adaptations. The look of Sonic is faithful, as well as his cocky attitude. Since most fast characters are cocky for some reason. His world from the video game is at least briefly well done. The movie also kept my attention throughout.
I grew up with it so maybe that's why I enjoyed it. Sure, it's not Oscar worthy but the actors are committed. The film is pure 80's with big hair and a cosmic key that plays music.