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Stage coach is a B-movie western. The actors may look the part and a fair amount of shooting but the whole movie feels cheap. The acting is bad all around I feel the actors were literally struggling to memorize their lines. The story is predictable in the script is garbage. It’s your typical low budget B-movie.
This is a must see for Metallica fans. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to attend the show in San Francisco but this is a well-made concert film with some good footage and cinematography. The songs are great as always and focused more on the symphony this time around. The set list is personal preference but I really enjoyed this especially seeing on the big screen.
The strange ones is nicely shot and it has good Indie roots but the movie fall short of really delivering a message. It’s rather slow moving and doesn’t really go anywhere. The ending was disappointing. There’s enough material here that could’ve been a good movie but in the end it’s just very forgettable.
6 days is a decent little thriller. The performances are good and the movie builds up enough attention to keep the viewer entertained. Unfortunately like most of these hostage thrillers this one doesn’t offer much new and falls with a predictable ending. Granted it’s based on a true story but there’s not really much here that you have an already seen before many times. A good little rental if you enjoy hostage thrillers.
Learning to Drive has good performances and there but the movie falls a little short. The movie is not really that engaging and the ending really doesn’t satisfy the viewer. It’s a nice little flick and the script and writing is well done but I can’t help hoping for a little bit more in this movie.