Archive for May 2017

12 posts from 10 to 28 May 2017.

  • The Headsman

    Here’s an obscure film that shouldn’t embarrass whoever participated on it.

  • Lo impossible

    Yet another feel-horrible tale of lucky people in a tragedy.

  • Hollywood Ending

    Woody Allen is not perfect, and this is an example of it. Just like Scoop, this still has chucklegoofs, but the drudge you need to wade through before getting to the good jokes is too much.

  • Body Count

    Ultra obscure baby’s first noir with a star-studded cast. The producers must be crazy to throw away this, it’s not so unworthy to deserve the Direct to Video mark of shame.

  • Perdidos

    This is a remake of Open Water 2: Adrift. It’s better than it sounds, but I haven’t seen the original.

  • Alien: Covenant

    If Prometheus is like the The Phantom Menace, this is like Revenge of the Sith.

  • Tarde Demais

    This is a story about a group of fisherman from the outskirts of Lisbon that sink their boat in the mud in viewing distance from the shore, but since some are weak, old and/or injured, can’t get to safety before tragedy happens.

  • Jonah Hex

    Bog-standard comic book adaptation. Not even worth to hate.

  • Red Rock West

    The director of The Last Seduction did not spring into existence with his magnum opus. First he did this low key, light noir, set on a small town, in which our lead drops into. And it’s not a remake of Yonjinbo.

  • Nick of Time

    90 minutes of runtime with a one-line script

  • The Lovely Bones

    Peter Jackson does Life Is Strange

  • King Kong

    I re-watched King Kong today and it’s still as impressive as the first time.