Bad Boys for Life
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A bizarre black comedy with no redeeming purpose or punchline.
A couple of seemingly inorganic scenes detract from the film's pacing, but the one shot lends itself to the gravitas of a hero's journey in a way that many other war films have failed to achieve through traditional cinematography.
As it gets started, Uncut Gems has the feel of a concentrated earlier Guy Ritchie crime thriller with less comedy and a more piercing score. The film maintains that velocity brilliantly up until the third act when its climax deals a few sobering wallops and the proverbial chips fall where they may. What a ride.
I thought I was watching one of Hulu's campier installments of the Into the Dark anthology. Ready or Not is too sloppy and juvenile to stand out among the recent influx of low brow last man standing thrillers.
More cathartic than entertaining, Honey Boy is an affecting glimpse into dysfunctional child stardom.