While Korpi is a nightmarish demon to this film’s German antagonists, for everyone else Sisu is a blood-splattered dream action aficionados won’t want to wake from.
Heading back into the American wilderness with Hawkeye, Chingachgook, and The Last of the Mohicans
Prince-Bythewood remembers to ground events in a distinctly human quality, putting character first and making sure each member of her cast has multiple moments to make their characters come alive.
Edge of Tomorrow has held up magnificently over the past eight years. If anything, it’s only gotten better.
Is 1959’s The Horse Soldiers one of John Ford’s better westerns? No. Of course not. But that does not make it any less entertaining.
WarHunt is firing blanks, and any magic it may have had vanishes at roughly the halfway mark, never to return.
The King’s Man is an abhorrently unlikable misfire, and I truly hope I do not have to see its like again anytime soon.
Pilcher and Thomas do a fine job bringing their stories to life, A Call to Spy a sublime testament to unheralded heroics which should have been documented long before now.
Summerland is the type of motion picture that gives me hope things are going to turn out all right, not just for the characters living inside this tale, but in the here and now for all of us as well.