Maybe a little too laid-back at times – with a plot that’s ultimately superfluous – Last Looks is still very enjoyable. Gould and Director Tim Kirkby have created a charming homage to film noir and infused it with a offbeat sense of humor. Though not always laugh-out-loud funny, it’s consistently witty and features characters who might be worth revisiting from time to time.
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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.
Dragged Across Concrete (2018) Movie Review By Justin Aylward
S. Craig Zahler is a new voice in American cinema. His oeuvre includes his debut film Bone Tomahawk, a sun-bleached, blood-thirsty horror western, and his last film Brawl in Cell Block 99, a rough, no-holds barred riot-fest spectacular.
Hacksaw Ridge (2016) Movie Review by John Walsh
Hacksaw Ridge is a triumphant return to directing for Mel Gibson following a decade long absence. Based on the true events of Desmond T. Doss during one of the bloodiest battles of WWII at Okinawa.