An achingly beautiful tale. The bucolic music and the landscapes… MoreAn achingly beautiful tale. The bucolic music and the landscapes wandered by the formidable protagonist child and his trained kestrel, embellish the cold and austere north of England. The child's tender look upon the bird is that of yearning, of high spirit and care free mind, far beyond the predicaments of acceptance raised in his school and in his own home. Its gritty, unapologetic and sometimes despairing naturalism hits delicate fibres.
Michael B. Jordan excels in a sensitive portrayal of a troubled young… MoreMichael B. Jordan excels in a sensitive portrayal of a troubled young man, unaware that his time is running out. A poignant story with simple but gripping storytelling.
Even if it hasn't the glossy action set pieces of the fourth… MoreEven if it hasn't the glossy action set pieces of the fourth installment nor can't reach the psychological depth of the first one, Ethan Hunt and his team can ease the wait for Bond's return with a tight, thrilling and endlessly twisty adventure.
Far-fetched and yet exciting and tense. For all its plethoric blood… MoreFar-fetched and yet exciting and tense. For all its plethoric blood spilling, cheesy one-liners and balletic gunfights this must be the quintessential hong kong action flick. A master class of choreography.