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Hostiles was well acted and had some pretty incredible cinematography, but was relatively boring and forgettable for the most part. Christian Bale did what he could with his minimal lines and I thought Rory Cochrane kind of took over most of the movie, which isn't bad, it just seemed like more of the focus should have been on Bale's interactions with Chief Yellow Hawk. The whole time i just felt like I was watching "a movie" but not anything special.
I came across this movie on Netflix and, being a fan of most Kevin Costner films, as well as seeing the great reviews, I thought I was in store for some great classic film. Boy, was I let down. This movie is some of the most overrated, pretentious garbage. The female characters are trashy, the movie isn't remotely funny, none of the characters are likeable, and the whole thing seems like one big reason for Costner to just play "cool guy who knows baseball" again.
Enemy is an ambiguous neo-noir thriller that deals with concepts of identity. I liked Jake Gyllenhaal and his ability to play two characters. I thought this film was complex and exciting.
Green Room successfully builds tension and never lets up. It has an interesting premise, its plot is unpredictable, and its characters are believable. It has everything.
Shia LeBeouf and Sasha Lane deliver strong performances in American Honey, a film that captures raw, believable realism. But the film tends to repeat its themes into the ground and strays from its path so far that it seems lost by the end.