Guns Akimbo has some of the most innovative action scenes from any movie in years, and it serves as a powerful showcase for the acting talents of both Daniel Radcliffe and Samara weaving which is both funny and exhilarating. Jason Lei Howden is surely a talent to look out for.
Kevin Smith's perfect return to form is a consistently hilarious blend of satire and parody which never loses sight of what it's fans want while poking fun at them too.
Definitely the greatest and funniest film I've seen in about two years
By taking the franchise away from Michael Bay, Bad Boys for Life is able to introduce things sorely missing from the first two films such as an actual plot, characters and drama. It does all this while retaining all the great action and humour from the first two films as well as some top notch performances from its charismatic stars, though it also runs for an actual decent length of time for once.
Colour out of Space's thin narrative drags on with a slow pace and a long running time, but it captures the Lovecratian narrative with sheer intensity while benefitting from Richard Stanley's tenacious direction and Nicolas Cage's gonzo leading performance.