While this slow-burn approach to storytelling works in some regards, I just thought the payoff wasn’t worth the wait.
In the first 30, 45 minutes, director Jon Turteltaub had himself a fun film.
There are films with aim to be simply enjoyable, turn-off-your-brain spectacles. Then, there are cinematic experiences. Good Time falls into the latter category of being a unqiue experience unlike much of what I’ve seen in 2017.
I hardly heard of Sheridan roping in the likes of actors Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen. Going into this one blind was the biggest treat and added to this intense, captivating tale by Sheridan.
Menashe’s highlight truly is the week Menashe and Rieven spent together. Sadly, the film feels as if it rushes through its best moment.
The film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower has gone through its fair share of rumors based on its runtime, but, luckily, those can be put to rest.
Summer is flying past moviegoers, and we’re kinda in the homestretch, aren’t we? What in the world is left after Spider-Man: Homecoming? Well, I can think of a couple of films that (I hope) will blow my socks off.