The Painter and the Thief
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Some of the best action sequences I've honestly ever seen, Furious 7 is no doubt a success in my book, but they could've done some things better. Kill Jason Statham is one, and kill Paul Walker is another, those both would have introduced dramatic leverage. Of course the ending scene absolutely did, along with the scene of Paul Walker and his wife. The dialogue was also not very good, which is what they might've been aiming for, but to be honest I'm not quite sure. Luckily James Wan added some of the best action sequences and made the best out of the poor dialogue. Some of the best action pieces was just the whole car landing action scene, the car and buildings action scene, and some parts at the end were well done (Jason vs. Diesel, Paul Walker sliding down on a door action sequence, Vin diesel doing his car jump). So luckily well done action scenes shined out any other bad or cheesy parts, over all I'd call it stupidly astonishing.
Raunchy, over the top, somewhat annoying, this perfectly describes the humor of Horrible Bosses 2. The humor can be funny and the actors have chemistry (as shown by the previous movie), but half the jokes are the guys just rambling on as the actors on screen get pissed at them as well as the audience. It is well casted and well plotted with a few laughs, the main problem, a few laughs and some of them were so tasteless that I shouldn't have laughed. I wouldn't mind a 3 if they got a good writer, the cast is all set just get a better writer please.
The Muppets Most Wanted to The Muppets is what Spectre is to Skyfall.
This looks worse than the middle eastern economy