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A disappointingly dull action comedy. Feels like a straight-to-video rip-off of Men of Black made with absolutely no effort or budget.
This call is one that you shouldn't rush to answer.
Diesel clearly loves the character and is financially invested in the franchises success but being poorly constructed and executed Riddick does not hold your attention nor will it entertain you sufficiently.
It is not a particularly memorable film and the last act jumps the shark in spectacular fashion.
Taking a very simple premise and crafting it into something so riveting makes Metro Manila a film that you can not afford to miss.
A watchable, fun film, with a few laughs thrown in for good measure.
Museum Hours is at all at once an unconventional romantic tale, a meditation on art, life and death, a lesson in art and artists and a collection of stark but beautiful images.
A very good film and definitely worthy of your consideration.
Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl bring Hunt and Lauda to life in Ron Howard's handsome-yet-predictable biopic.
More than just a standard rom com, About Time has buckets of heart and will most likely make you cry.
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