The Bourne Supremacy 

Probably the oddest or the most unique entry in the history of mid chapters of trilogies. Maybe that is why it is both timely and satisfying. The director Paul Greengrass has done something that very few filmmakers have done while contributing like such to a trilogy. And that is, he isn’t interested in leaving his…

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Jumanji: The Next Level

The second round is so not the first one. And THAT IS IT. The only common denominator is the lively bickering between Johnson and Hart. The co-writer and director, Jake Kasdan updates this new game with few changes. Now as far as those changes are an improvement, we are hooked into this game. To be…

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The Edge

So actually what it is, is Alec Baldwin and Anthony Hopkins coversing, interviewing each other about acting. Come on, that can never be disappointing. Scruffy and earnest. The director Lee Tamahori didn’t have to make this ’90s action thriller in the ’90s. Just the close up shots, the lofty script, ambitious cast, the ruffian look…

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The Mexican

The film has an extremely tedious routine that it begs us to go through. All the amazing fireworks moments are just not amazing enough to distract us. To call the director Gore Verbenski’s “adventurous” film an oddball is.. actually, perfect. You wouldn’t get more “out of the box” version of a textbook con-this-con-everything film. The…

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The Grey

Liam Neeson, for once, is not hunting nor surviving alone. I like this team spirit. I think I could presume Joe Carnahan, the director and the adapter of the novel “Ghost Walker”, smirking over his intentions on making this film. Now, this is something that carried me through this film even at tough times. And…

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