Action/Thriller

6.5

Fair

The Divergent Series: Insurgent (2015) Review

Divergent is a film that I initially skipped last year, having been unimpressed by the trailers and lack of any buzz generated by its release. Judging...[Read More]

4.5

Poor

Chappie (2015) Review

In 2009, Neill Blomkamp made his directorial debut with District 9, a giant special effects film, which also managed to be a clever allegory for apart...[Read More]

9

Amazing

Kingsman: The Secret Service (2015) Review

Kingsman: The Secret Service is an adaptation of a comic from Mark Millar, helmed by Matthew Vaughn, who once again demonstrates an ability to take an...[Read More]

4

Poor

Seventh Son (2015) Review

Seventh Son, based off Joseph Delaney’s young adult fiction, The Spook’s Apprentice, is set in a fantasy medieval time period where dragon...[Read More]

8

Great

Jupiter Ascending (2015) Review

The latest offering from The Wachowskis is a visually stunning film with an interesting take on the alien abduction lore involving little grey men tha...[Read More]

5

Average

Blackhat (2015) Review

As the human race continues to rely more and more on technology, not just for our careers but also as part of our everyday life, the omnipresent booge...[Read More]

8

Great

American Sniper (2015) Review

Director Clint Eastwood returns to familiar filmic territory with American Sniper, a years long examination of the life of United States Navy SEAL Chr...[Read More]

7

Good

Taken 3 (2015) Review

One of the many, many old sayings that continues to ring true when it comes to the movie-making industry is that money talks. Shortly after the releas...[Read More]

6

Fair

Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014) Review

To know what you’re in for should you decide to see Exodus: Gods and Kings, you’d really only have to hear two words: “Ridley” and “Scott.” The famed ...[Read More]

9

Amazing

John Wick (2014) Review

John Wick lives a seemingly ordinary life. Plagued with normal people problems, like coping with the recent loss of his wife Helen (Bridget Moynahan) ...[Read More]

7

Good

The Equalizer (2014) Review

As they get older, you’d think that the iconic male members of Hollywood’s elite actors would want to take more passive secondary roles that focus mor...[Read More]

5

Average

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For (2014) Review

Seeing the original Sin City almost a decade ago felt like a genuinely fresh movie going experience; the way co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank M...[Read More]

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