The Invisible Man
The Way Back
Never Rarely Sometimes Always
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A delightful whodunnit - not a weak spot in the cast. Such a pleasure.
A very good movie. Sometimes when actors helm their own movies things that would otherwise be handled are left blowing in the breeze (overacting background and occasional poor camera focus come to mind). And though the source material was present-day, the movie is a good old film noir, so the notion of an oddball tic-riddled guy having easy access to weed rings a little false. That's the only criticism I have with the film. Such a good film for our time. The march of "progress" at the cost of livelihoods so the rich can get even richer couldn't be more au courant. Norton's Lionel is fantastic. Gugu Mbatha-Raw's Laura is so earnestly played and Baldwin's Moses Randolph limps around like the gout-riddled fat cat he occupied. Seriously good flick.
I loved the original. This one felt phoned in and none too cohesive. Fun characters, some fun situations but not a great use of my time.
Nice Cinematography and decent acting but this was a big bore. Women were basically throw-away characters. There is so little about the relationship between Tesla and Edison. Just not interesting enough to watch on big screen. A history channel story at best. Yawn.
1/2 for good cinematography. We didn't pay to see it at an industry screening and I still feel ripped off. The story is ludicrous and even in a comic book world utterly preposterous. Three thirty-something wall street types beat up a clown? In what world? A late night talk show host playing video of a failed comedian's first time on stage? Hello - no legal team would allow it. I want my time back. My husband said it better than I could sum it up: "That film should go _________ itself".