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Sylvester Stallone stated on social media this could be the last time he is portraying Rocky, and that could be an upset for the Rocky fans, but what I will say is, he didn't disappoint to finish it in a good way.
A few loop holes in this movie you might not get the answer to, but if you are willing enough to forgive them, you can sit back and enjoy the ride, as it works for what it is: A thriller.
Get Carter is a movie that shows us how far someone is willing to go in order to prove a point and prove who is behind the dilemma of the mistake. In other words, as in someone must have really set this person off in order to come to his hometown in order to find the man who assassinated his brother, even if he hasn't been since god knows when. That's what we get in this murky-muddle of a remake Get Carter. The original starred Michael Caine as Jack Carter, a British man coming back to London to get revenge for his brother who was killed. In this we just get typical Hollywood trying to out smart the original because it's Hollywood, but still had some moments in it that you might enjoy
Bumblebee is a prime example of the fantasy action genre, it relies on some CGI fight scenes when it has to, unlike most movies nowadays you get caught up in the CGI fight scenes that go nowhere and lose track of the plot.
Although I have not one bad Dirty Harry movie, this is by far the one that one stand out as a perfect hero, chase villain type of action thriller.