What elevates Parabellum above its John Wick predecessors is a sharp sense of humour.
In The Equalizer 2, Denzel Washington plays a moralising, monkish superhero.
By all rights, Deadpool 2 should have been a vast improvement on the first film. It’s not.
Charlize Theron plays a female James Bond – so why is she introduced in the nude?
Thanks to Universal Pictures Australia, ccpopculture has 10 double passes to give away to Atomic Blonde, releasing in Australian cinemas Thursday August 3rd.
In one of John Wick: Chapter 2‘s rare peacful moments, Keanu Reeves sports a turtleneck in Rome. Even this film’s lulls are indescribably awesome.
The Accountant attempts to leverage Ben Affleck’s star power in a John Wick-esque action thriller, but the sums don’t quite add up.
Let’s make a mainstream comedy with a pair of intensely unlikable characters with a pathological fixation on power; a failed footballer who tackles children (Jake Johnson) and a games designer who’s upset that he doesn’t run the place (Damon Wayans Jr). Let’s allow them to indulge their power trip by impersonating police officers, because that…
I remain impressed – and a little perplexed – by filmmakers who choose to title their productions with nothing more than a person’s name. It’s not like there isn’t a storied history of such films doing well – Ben Hur, anyone? – but it strikes me as requiring some serious self-belief to throw a film…