In the handful of scenes he appears in, Willis makes his indifference painfully obvious with a performance so lackadaisical that it’s actually a distraction. Worse yet, we get the impression he thinks he’s doing everyone a favor just by showing up. Instead, his appearance is a sad reminder that Midnight in the Switchgrass is little more than derivative video fodder. Sorry, Bruce, but I’ve lost all faith in you.
Tag: Emile Hirsch
Force of Nature (2020) Movie Review
While brains aren’t necessarily a prerequisite for movies like this, Force of Nature tends to abuse the privilege, which would be fine if it was efficiently paced and had characters we care about.
Freaks (2018) Movie Review
Though Freaks is darker and more visceral than a typical X-Men film, one can’t help but think this is the type of origin story that franchise should have gotten.
Never Grow Old (2019) Movie Review By Justin Aylward
Never Grow Old, starring John Cusack, Emile Hirsch, and Deborah Francois. The film takes place in the pre-war nascent town of Farlow, on the California Trail
All Nighter (2017) Movie Review By Darrin Gauthier
J.K Simmons is a very good character actor, in fact he’s just a really good actor but let’s be honest he’s not a leading man in Hollywood but he won an Oscar for Supporting Actor and he got to trade on that to get different roles and All Nighter is not only a lead role but a comedy as well. It’s a complete against type casting but good for him.
The Autopsy Of Jane Doe (2016) Movie Review By Darrin Gauthier
This is a great example of a horror film starting slow and just keep building suspense and tension as the film goes along, the film as a nightmare logic feel to it and the great thing is except for one they don’t rely on jump scares but they rely on building tension as the plot gets moved forward.