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Bad Boys For Life shows how you can bring new life into a older action franchise, and make it shine due to a tighter script, non-stop action fun, well done humor and better Michael Bayisms than Michael Bay would do.
Mckenna Grace is a star in the making, and caries Troop Zero with a amazing charm to a better result, than just being a quirky kids movie.
While Waves could have used a little more plot and less visual substances, it would have maybe been a little more powerful than the end result. It does get carried by great performances from its entire cast, about the decline of the perfect american family.
The first half of Queen & Slim works effective, driven by two lead-characters you start to care for, while its second half falls a little apart thanks mainly due to its 135 minute runtime and padding. Outstanding debut work here, but not without its beginner flaws.
Just Mercy falls short due to its rather generic storytelling of death row inmates and how these fall short to the unfair justice department. The cast does a fine job, but the direction and script really don´t anything you haven´t seen in many of the ´lawyer saves the day´ movie of the last 30 years.