Go back to a time when everything in life loomed so large.
Gemini Man’s central gimmick and familiar plot come off more as Photoshop Man than a compelling drama.
Zellweger inhabits Garland so fully that we quickly forget that there’s just an actor behind the makeup.
Mixes high school romance and ho-hum heroics for a movie that’s still fun but leaves you wanting something better.
A summer feel-good romantic comedy that reminds you that love and music are essential to life every day.
Comes off as lifeless and perfunctory despite two strong casting choices and a taste of the franchise’s comedy.
Feels like a stand-alone story with little connection to the franchise other than some of the actors/characters and a country that still doesn’t trust mutants.
If you can stave off the initial boredom, the plot takes off like a rocket for the film’s second half.
Not only the satisfying conclusion to a two-movie story but also the perfect payoff to that 10-year journey on which moviegoers embarked.
It packs a lesson every bit as pertinent today as it was nearly five decades ago.
I’ve been engaged by 30-second commercials for schmaltzy Hallmark Channel love stories more deeply.