Works for your appreciation with gasp-inducing action sequences and an ethos that has fun with its legacy while moving in a new direction.
Bland generic action pudding that manages to be sociopathic, too.
Does it undermine their talents of brains and brawn if they utilize their sexuality? Is an insult to these characters to presume that they should not use whatever talent they may possess — including their sexuality — to do good, save the world, or whatever needs to be done?
A viciously cynical dark fantasy that fashions a new mythos of post-9/11 New York unlike anything we’ve seen, a bleak but all too plausible world of the Russian mob and the Chinese Triads… and the NYPD as just one more gang vying for supremacy.
Too white, too thin, too interchangeable: the traditional cover featuring young talent on the rise always comes under massive scrutiny, and the ritual is now in full swing…
…is that Brad Bird made Tom Cruise human again. Or perhaps for the first time.
I gotta go with Bryony, the kickass elf Wrapping Operative Grade Three, in Arthur Christmas…
Josh Holloway is so spectacularly cool and awesome in Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol that I fell in love with him all over again…
What makes M:I4 so special and almost unique in the annals of kick-ass action is how up-close and personal it is.
Explosions. Wisecracks. Leaping. Shooting. Kissing. Grimacing. Rinse. Repeat.