It’s been nine years since Matt Damon last wore the all-black ensemble of Jason Bourne, the assassin-turned-amnesiac who only wants to be left alone. Sure, there was 2011’s rotten Bourne Legacy, but we haven’t gotten a true Bourne film since the fantastic trilogy-capper The Bourne Ultimatum. It seemed the franchise couldn’t go any further,
Let’s get the important stuff out of the way. Yes, the Ghostbusters reboot features an all-female team, causing quite a few to bash the film sight unseen with claims their childhood will be ruined because it isn’t four males this time around. It’s safe to say that nobody’s childhood will be
THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. has no idea what it’s nostalgic for, beyond the early ’60s.
McCarthy is back with a near stellar action-comedy Spy movie, a Bond-by-way-of-Bourne spoof that delivers almost as much action as comedy.
Kingsman: The Secret Service is every bit the crazy, violent film we’ve come to expect from Matthew Vaughn.
Okay kids, I need to preface this review with the disclaimer that I am not, nor have I ever been a girly-girl in the sense that I am a rom-com fan, even less so a rom-com-action fan. Even with that said, I have my moments. I did buy Love Actually
SAFE HOUSE is about: “A young CIA agent tasked with looking after a fugitive in a safe house. But when the safe house is attacked, he finds himself on the run with his charge.” (IMDB) The film stars Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds with support from Vera Farmiga, Brendan Gleeson,