Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth will go down in history as two of the most remarkably lovely characters ever put to screen.
The film is a stunning painting frame to frame and the third act, while easily the most problematic in its convenient conclusion and whiplash inducing exposition to kick it off
Apart from some sporadically added action-rich scenes, this is a film full of philosophical musings and impressions of weighty loneliness.
Ad Astra is a film with lofty aspirations, but with soul and spectacle too unevenly intertwined, it succeeds in neither widening the eyes of the audience or engaging the brain either.
We have three outstanding performances, so what was missing for me? Well let’s just say it was a long ride to get to one scene at the end that we all knew QT was heading to.
David Ayers Fury is actually one of the better war films involving tank warfare, but if you’re something of an anal World War II aficionado then it’s probably not the film for you regardless.