With Tomb Raider, this film separated itself from the filler we’re used to seeing, and this is truly the best video game film to-date. But it isn’t without its issues — and there are plenty of ‘em.
I had a hard time not rolling my eyes hours after I left the theater.
The Leisure Seeker runs too long, and sputters too often along the way.
Red Sparrow doesn’t bring much to the table, and director Francis Lawrence fails to separate this from any other spy thriller.
The film is a comedy at heart and plays to the romantic tropes we’re used to seeing time and time again.
This is ultimately a letdown after seeing Garland’s genius Ex Machina, and I walked away knowing I wasn’t convinced by what took place in Annihilation.
I do think how low my expectations were for Game Night played into my enjoyment but, having time to think about this comedy, I can’t complain too much