Didn't enjoy this one, but I have immense respect for Clint Eastwood remaining active this late in his career.
Beautiful imagery, a wonderful score, and a strong central performance from Dev Patel bring the 600-year-old Arthurian tale, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight to life. In The Green Knight, young Gawain accepts the challenge of the titular warrior and begins a very personal quest that tests his virtues as a knight as well as his commitment to realizing his true potential.
Anybody that has seen David Lowery's previous work should have a pretty good idea of what to expect…
Remember when this series was about street racing?
This movie is absolutely insane, completely disregards physics and reality in general, and features a mostly nonsensical and incoherent plot. Even the characters are seemingly aware of this, given some of the dialogue.
This is not a traditionally "good" movie, but it's definitely fun. F9 has a longer runtime than it probably needs and lacks a bit of the charm that made previous entries enjoyable. But it's not a bad choice if…
"Greyhound" plays out as one long action scene. It's very clear that a great deal of care was dedicated to nailing the technical details of naval combat during the Battle of the Atlantic. The action is tense and the visual effects are largely solid. Unfortunately, viewers looking for deep characters and a meaty narrative will most likely be a bit disappointed. Definitely a movie made almost exclusively for World War 2 buffs.