Assassin’s End is serviceable budget-conscious action fodder. A bit more plodding and less violent than the previous instalment (Sniper: Ultimate Kill), the film still has its moments, one particular highlight being a tension-filled, three-way sniper-stand-off, which sort of reminded me of the climax in The Good, the Bad and the Guy. Once again, Collins is decent-but-unremarkable in the lead role, while Berenger is mostly on-hand to continue franchise continuity.
Robert the Bruce isn’t a cynical cash-in. It’s a sincere effort to bring additional complexity – and redemption – to one of Braveheart’s more pitiful characters. Despite being a little meandering, it’s worth checking out if you keep your expectations in check.
“Jumanji: The Next Level” was entertaining and packed with sometimes masterful CGI. A good alternative to fill a pleasant movie night. But the source from which creative ideas are created is exhausted.
Although you can admire a multitude of fantastic underwater footage (and making underwater images is no easy task), the fact it all takes place underwater (hence the film-title) is a disadvantage to the film.
If you can’t stand a chaotic storyline and you get annoyed when it’s a movie that’s plain predictable and that looks more like an exaggerated comic, then I recommend you avoid this one
“The Bouncer” is a straightforward film in which clichés aren’t avoided. Jean-Claude Van Damme shines in this film.