Memory stands out from the other Liam Neeson action movies because it finally addresses how age affects even the deadliest among us.
The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent suffocates amid the challenge of its central stunt casting and doesn’t approach the level of crazy that you expect until too late.
The Outfit squeezes every ounce of ambience from its seemingly limited surroundings.
Nightmare Alley suffers from pacing issues as it essentially packs two movies into one.
Malignant evokes horror movies of a bygone era and builds slowly to an amazingly bonkers reveal and finale.
The shaky supports of the final act give way completely, plunging what’s left of our interest into the dark, cold abyss.
Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard fails to deliver a solid hit and instead sprays jokes like bullets everywhere to see which ones reach their targets.
Nobody showcases Bob Odenkirk as you’ve never seen him before in a satisfying action film tinged with comedy.
Loaded with rich atmosphere, several memorable shots and enough humor to keep us engaged.
Bad Boys for Life delivers older men in strife as it goes from bad to worse.