I adored action films like this when I was a kid. Had I watched it back then I would have enjoyed it as much as I would have enjoyed a cartoon about a bunch of teenage-mutant ghost-hunting tomb-raiding transforming thunder power ninja GI cat turtle superheroes! I favour action films less nowadays, and, to be honest, cartoons too, but if you dig action, you'll enjoy this. It has some excellent one-shot scenes and loads of quality deaths; the up close and personal handgun deaths to the face are a particular highlight
Some people will have you believe that Breaking Bad is the greatest TV show ever. People who think that will probably enjoy this as the one final fix of their favourite drug that it was absolutely meant to be. For me it was unneccesary and adds nothing to the franchise. I would have enjoyed it much more if the timeline had been longer and you'd seen how Jessie's life develops decades into the future. Sadly, it doesn't do that and it will leave most people who watch it wanting more. Which, for a TV show about drug use, is a entirely suitable way to end, I suppose.
This is worth watching just for the footage of the celebrations in Naples after they win the league title. The same passion that caused such celebrations also caused Maradona to be hounded out of Italy. It's a sad story in many ways. Maradona was a flawed human being who'd had a tough upbringing who couldn't take everything that fame brought his way, ultimately finding himself chasing the legend that his character had become.
This is based on a true story about a guy who was accused of, and almost prosecuted for, planting a bomb in a park in Atlanta. The thing is, he's the same guy who discovered the bomb and led people away from it, saving lives in the process. It's a shame it never got to court really because I was looking forward to the prosecution's case of Whoever-Smelt-It-Dealt-It.
This a murder mystery that is also rather amusing at points. The cast is exceptional although Daniel Craig's Texan drawl is fucking dreadful. Like anything she's in, it's worth watching just for Ana de Armas. What a babe.