Hell or high water Director? I’m so in
Watched The Millers vs. The Machines on Netflix with the family - fun movie! Cool visuals and a good voice cast, and actually pretty touching.
Those Who Wish Me Dead This
was good, tough film, up there with the best of Taylor Sheridan's work*
(though in this case based on a book by Michael Koryta). Don't let the
trailer fool you into thinking it's about firefighting. After the garbage of Without Remorse it was delight to watch this thriller unfold.
Oh man, this is so good to hear. I've been waiting for Saint Maud since pre-pandemic. Then once it was released, it was just on Epix, which I couldn't figure out how to manage for the life of me. But then it dropped on Hulu and Amazon Prime. I just haven't got around to it yet. I'd seen some complain that it is too slow of a burn. But those tend to be my favorites. I am so down.
Army of the Dead There's some good zombie action, occasionally, in the midst of the comedy/heist/non-zombie monster action. Not a bad brainless film a la the Fast and Furious movies but not IMO a great zombie film.
there’s some cool scenes. But its not a zombie movie at all. There’s hardly any zombies in it. Those are undead monsters.
I really don’t know why I keep watching Zack Snyder movies. Every inclination he has as a filmmaker is sensorially offensive to me. Army of the Dead might be worse than Sucker Punch. It looks like he filmed the whole thing through a mixture of Vaseline and runny shit.
He’s getting worse not better. If I ranked his movies it’s almost like chronologically accurate.1. dawn of the dead2. 3003. Watchman4. superman5. Batman v superman6. justice league7. AOD