Aside from its setting, this heist/horror hybrid doesn’t really break any new ground, but for most of its running time, The Vault is pretty entertaining, even creepy at times. If only it knew when to quit.
The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs is six individual tales of life and violence in the Old West, following a singing gunslinger, a bank robber, a traveling impresario, an elderly prospector, a wagon train, and a perverse pair of bounty hunters. None of these short tales are connected in anyway and there is no Tarantinoesque intertwining themes here.
This is an odd movie and it’s odd in a few ways, first off it’s a genre mash up and it’s kind of hard to review without giving things away and also the best actors are in it the least. Say what you want about James Franco but you have to give it to him you never know what he’s going to do next.
The basis for “The Disaster Artist” is working around what lead Tommy Wiseau to make what is arguably one of the worst movies ever made.
Statham is good here, you should never forget that he’s a good actor not just a good action guy.