Movies Posts Tagged as 'By the Numbers'
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Take Me Out To The Ball Game (1949)
The music is basic, the costumes adorn and the script pushes feminine empowerment forward. The film would supply very little if it weren't for the entertainment value of its three pro athletes (Sinatra, Williams and Kelly.) 02-May-2019
Tom Hardy is so excited to be Venom that when the monster actually appears he's CGI elemental. The villainy is alike which lends the film no diversity in magic or action. It could have escalated had it embraced its horror DNA. 26-Apr-2019
All Male All Nude (2017)
The men exhibit and enjoy physical nudity but they appear clammed up about matters of the soul. I was more interested in what they couldn't say than what they did. 22-Apr-2019
Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)
I call myself erratic because I am. I presumed the group called themselves Queen because the lead singer was. Singer directs through a fog conveying no gay sensibilities or joy. He wasted high value entertainment opportunities. When Malek lip synchs he finds his Mercury but the act was teeth grinding. 09-Mar-2019
Ant-Man And The Wasp (2018)
The sense of humor is dippy and every chase revolved around the same target. It only soars when comic book comes to life and when Pfeiffer freshens it. 04-Mar-2019
I came close to forgiving the mounting horror cliches because the aspect of a troubled marriage being revived by isolation is worth exploration. Everything pertaining to the forest degrades it. 02-Mar-2019
Boy Erased (2018)
Respectfully tempered and accurate, miscast, minor provocation and out of range. I can hear the subject but I don't feel it. It needed to inform as well as wrench.
Nic exuded art but was limited by the character's sketch. 25-Feb-2019
Hollow Child, The (2017)
Environment kidnap children and reverse the etiquette that keeps them aligned to parental puppetry. Most of the fun derives from nasty child. 25-Feb-2019
Devoid of purpose, study and reverence. The psychology of Laurie Strode was as an empowered victim that elicited strength from catastrophic violence. She's not Sarah Connor and she wouldn't burden a child with her horrid mythology. The holiday wasn't nostalgic and the nods to Hitchcock (who's that?) were extinct. Hallmark movies concoct bigger frights. 08-Feb-2019
House on Sorority Row, The (1983)
Infertile woman defies God by utilizing a mad doctor and unleashing horror onto the environment. The actors make it comfortable, the kills are chopped incoherently and the story decelerates unexpectedly. 06-Feb-2019
Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)
The actors couldn't locate the essence in character.
Howard is adept at expounding on a thought previously introduced. The magic materializes when he confronts his thoughts. It's a tough exercise with his stamp gently placed upon it. He needed to make it tremble.
(Chewy made sense.) 03-Feb-2019
Devils of Darkness (1965)
The ladies strike, big bad twirls and the rest is Hitchcock bargain basement. Our parents partied wild. 26-Jan-2019
A depiction of modern slavery is a tough subject not to exploit. Deon Taylor identifies the subject but can't tackle it hard enough for us to feel it. 03-Jan-2019
House of Tomorrow (2017)
Had they borrowed from Ellen's "no bullshit " persona it would have tugged harder. 29-Dec-2018
Who Gets The Dog? (2016)
You stay for the dog. 26-Dec-2018