2019 has been a rough year for franchises. Men in Black: International doesn’t buck the trend.
This is a film about mega-monsters wreaking havoc at a catastrophic scale, but there’s no weight to this thing; it’s limp and incoherent.
Aquaman really needed to be another Wonder Woman.
There’s a kernel of a decent film in The Party, but it’s scuttled by clumsily blatant attempts at satire.
Consider picking Along Came the Devil up for your next bad movie night, if that’s something you’re into.
Perhaps if Fallen Kingdom had nothing to do with Jurassic Park – if it were, say, titled Dinosaur Adventure – I could’ve enjoyed it. At least on the level that you enjoy an incredibly stupid film.
Spend long enough exploring any genre and you’re bound to hit the bottom of the barrel soon enough.
Frisky is proof positive that making something like Girls is a lot harder than it looks.
When it comes to directing, Stanley Tucci is one hell of an actor. At least, that’s the case if his latest feature – Final Portrait – is anything to go by.
Either Baywatch or Dead Men Tell No Tales could have been good – well, passable – with screenplays content to be plain ol’ mediocre.