Fine in their own rights, just vibe on a different wavelength than my own or lacked some requisite attribute. They were like a decent blind date ~ good guy, good time, but it won’t happen again.
Hailee Steinfeld, where are you!?
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Helm’s Deep meet Aliens.
Lovely, beautifully performed shallow soap opera.
Toni Collette was wasted here – someone had the idea that weary disdain conveys power. Alas.
I’d hoped the cast could keep it from buckling under its own pressure, but no.
Could have been deeply insightful but bites off far more than it can chew – however Sam Elliott is incredibly good!
Finishes stronger than it deserves to, but the script makes for an annoying chore in getting there.
Underwhelming, but the team shows promise.
A movie that wants to be a two-part PBS documentary.
Queen of the Damned for X-Men.
Favors observation over exploration; like salt without pepper.
Script and direction struggle, but Hiddleston is riveting and the first five minutes alone are worth the price of admission.
Too much taken on, and ultimately buckles under its own weight.
Natalie Dormer’s search for the breakout role continues.
A mashup of adventure, ambiguity, and apathy.
Strangely, surprisingly sterile.
Not wonderful, but not bad – vibes on a wavelength of The Killing: Young Adult Edition.
How you squander this cast is beyond me, but there it is. Don’t blame them, though.