Hell or High Water (2016)

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Hell or High Water Movie Review

Hell or High Water is a 2016 western crime film directed by David Mackenzie and starring Ben Foster, Chris Pine and Jeff Bridges. It is an okay movie, nothing more than that.

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You fellas robbin’ the bank? What’s it look like, old man? But you ain’t Mexicans

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The film follows two brothers who carry out a series of bank robberies to save their family farm. Needless to say, this movie is incredibly derivative. It is basically a rip-off of ‘Bonnie and Clyde’, very unoriginal and immensely uninspired. This plot works and it always will, but it is still nothing new and that needs to be taken into account when reviewing this movie, something most reviewers unfortunately did not do.

Hell or High Water is really well directed and of course well acted by its talented cast with all three of these actors doing a very good job. It is also solidly edited and sometimes even pleasantly emotional. But it hit all the obvious and expected plot points for me to enjoy it more. The family drama is fine, but nothing exceptionally remarkable and that is this movie in a nutshell – okay, but never more than that.

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What Hell or High Water excels at is its humor which is surprisingly even present and so well done with a couple of really funny moments. It is traditional in the best way possible and it helped this movie a lot and made it much more entertaining than it would have been without it. What I also admired about it is that it stayed away from violence and it gave us more of a crime drama than a crime thriller which is great. But what is not great is that during those crime/action sequences the tone was comedic and lightweight and that was just tonally odd and not fitting in with the plot and totally unrealistic. It is fun, but that is not how these robberies play out in real life at all.

Hell or High Water is definitely an okay movie with its fine moments, good performances, a great approach with less violence and more drama and a surprisingly solid humor, but the overall story is so uninspired and unoriginal as we’ve seen movies like this countless times before and that is why it never reached greatness despite its many positive aspects.

My Rating – 3

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Mean Streets (1973)

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Mean Streets Movie Review

Mean Streets is a 1973 crime film directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel. It is a solid film.

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You don’t make up for your sins in church.

You do it in the streets. You do it at home.

The rest is bullshit and you know it

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As crime films go, this one is actually pretty solid. It is still far from great, but having in mind my usual dislike for the genre, this is as far as I could like a gangster film, I guess. The story itself is solid and I really enjoyed the theme of religion in it as well as the relationship between the two men as well as the romantic relationship. Truly all of the character interactions here are quite good and sometimes the film could be quite tender which I didn’t expect at all.

The acting is one of its strongest suits. Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel both gave truly great performances in one of their first roles. The directing from Scorsese is as great as always and the editing is also pretty solid. But I was still bored by the movie at times and somehow the structure didn’t work for me as the entire middle act should have been reduced a bit as the ending should have been more emphasized and the beginning isn’t the most memorable.

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But it is well made and really well scored. It has a terrific score to be honest with many great hits from the sixties and seventies and its soundtrack is one of the highlights. But I’ve had some problems with the script. Yes, it did have its great emotional and dramatic moments and that ending is so great in its ambiguity, but it still had its typical crime trappings such as excessive violence and some very annoying dialogue in it. Not one of the characters was even remotely likable to me and they all talked and acted in a way that I find extremely insufferable. But that is the problem all of these films have and Scorsese is definitely a master of the crime/gangster genre as he at least managed to make some meaningful entries and this one, although flawed, is still quite solid and at times even great.

Mean Streets has annoying characters as well as a boring second act, but as crime films go, it is as good as it can get with some pretty dramatic scenes with even some tender moments in them, excellent performances from Harvey Keitel and Robert De Niro and a great ambiguous ending.

My Rating – 3.5

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Los Olvidados (1950)

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Los Olvidados Movie Review

Los Olvidados is a 1950 Mexican crime film directed by Luis Bunuel. It is a very good and important film, but not without its flaws.

The film is a depiction of poverty and crime in the slums of Mexico City and it focuses on children in particular. I found its subject matter to be very important and it is a great history lesson as the film is realistic and depicts everything as it really was back in the day in Mexico. Also, this is one of the rare crime films that I actually enjoyed as the film isn’t violent and it is pretty engaging to watch.

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Just now you remember that I’m your son

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Pedro’s character is a deeply tragic one. Everything about him is heartbreaking from his relationship with his mother to his reluctant involvement in a crime to his evident doom. His mother is also an interesting character and of course El Jaibo is despicable, but well depicted. The acting is also pretty good and all of the children gave quite stupendous performances for their age.

Los Olvidados is far from a great movie and now is the perfect time to pinpoint some of its obvious flaws. Let’s just say that this is the type of film that is great in substance, but lacks in style which is weird having in mind the director here is Luis Bunuel. But unfortunately the technical aspects are pretty mediocre and they significantly reduced the quality of this movie.

The cinematography is weak, there isn’t anything remotely memorable here in terms of the imagery and the directing from Luis Bunuel is also quite troublesome. I particularly fault his willingness to go into surrealist territory here. The film is realistic for the most part, but there are some scenes including that prolonged dream sequence that are surrealist in the director’s typical fashion. But the problem is that this movie did not need any of that and that just becomes a bit of a distraction. Those scenes felt like they belong in an entirely different movie.

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But thankfully the editing in Los Olvidados is really good and the film is entertaining from beginning to end and its three act structure is well executed. The tone is suitably serious and mature and the dialogue is very good and grounded in reality. I would have liked a more emotional approach, but the movie still has its tragic tone. And I liked its almost documentary like approach as it is essential in painting this real and important issue. Overall, it isn’t great, but I still liked it a lot.

Los Olvidados is far from a great movie as the technical aspects are rather mediocre and Bunuel’s direction is troublesome as his inclusion of surrealist scenes was entirely unnecessary for this movie, but this is still an important and very realistic crime film with an engaging, well crafted plot, realistic characters, good acting and such a tragic ending.

My Rating – 4

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Trainspotting (1996)

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Trainspotting Movie Review

Trainspotting is a 1996 crime film directed by Danny Boyle and starring Ewan McGregor. Such an expectedly overrated movie.

As is the case with most of these movies about drugs, I disliked this one too. It is basically just like every other film of this genre and it never has anything that differentiates it. So uninspired, so typical and so dull.

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Personality, I mean that’s what counts, right?

That’s what keeps a relationship going through the years.

Like heroin, I mean heroin’s got a great fucking personality

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Another problem is the lack of a clear message. Instead of being anti-drugs, the movie never even touches upon that issue in that way. That’s not to say that it glorifies drugs because thankfully it does not, but it also never presents it as a big issue that it is. It is ambivalent and that’s a always a huge problem for me.

Trainspotting’s saving grace is its acting. Everyone here does a really good job with Ewan McGregor in particular being phenomenal. In fact, he did such an admirable job that I bought him in this role which at first I felt was not fitting to him, but he proved me otherwise. The direction from Danny Boyle is also solid as is the editing, but I still continue to dislike his movies as there’s only a couple from his filmography I genuinely liked.

Trainspotting isn’t disgusting all the time, but when it is, it’s just awful, repulsive and plain unwatchable from the last couple of violent scenes to that sickening toilet scene which was just too gruesome too describe. It was a totally unpleasant experience that was made all the more unnecessary given its lack of a clear-cut message.

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It is well paced and its running time is reasonable. The structure is also solid and those technical aspects are the reasons why I consider it to be mediocre instead of just plain bad. But this is still such a, needless to say, hugely overrated movie and I expected that given its subject matter which is why I wasn’t disappointed in it. But I still continue to find Danny Boyle and his movies too much praised when in reality they are mostly so ordinary.

Trainspotting is technically well made with good editing and a particularly strong performance from Ewan McGregor, but the plot is typical and uninspired and it is so repulsive and plain disgusting in some sequences and that’s made all the more unnecessary given its evident lack of a clear-cut message. Such an overrated, troublesome and unpleasant crime film.

My Rating – 2.5

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Key Largo (1948)

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Key Largo Movie Review

Key Largo is a 1948 noir crime film directed by John Huston and starring Humphrey Bogart, Edward G. Robinson and Lauren Bacall. It is such a disappointing and uninspired movie.

A bunch of gangsters are holding some people hostage in a hotel while the storm is brewing outside. Yes, that’s it. That’s the plot of this movie. And needless to say, it is uninspired, unoriginal and lacking in identity. Not only did I find it typical, but also frankly boring as it was filled with not that great dialogue and clichéd characters.

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When your head says one thing and your whole life says another,

your head always loses

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Yes, the characters here are so clichéd and so ordinary and none of them sticks out. Rocco is the most typical and annoying of the bunch and Frank is a solid, but forgettable protagonist. Gaye is the standout, but unfortunately Nora Temple got little to do here.

Yeah, Lauren Bacall has such a short role here that it really caught me by surprise as this is their famous movie, but in reality only Bogart is memorable in it. And Bogart is as great as ever as he is always a great actor and delivering a great performance even in his lesser movies. Edward G. Robinson is also expectedly good. However, Claire Trevor as Gaye Dawn absolutely steals the show here which is very interesting as she’s got so little actual scenes. But her character is heartbreaking as this woman who is poorly treated by her husband and that scene in which she sings that is so incredibly powerful and that basically earned her an Oscar, an Oscar that is rightfully deserved as this supporting performance is the most memorable aspect of the whole movie.

Key Largo is admittedly well acted, well directed and mostly well edited. All of its technical aspects are good and some of the imagery here is quite striking owing to a very interesting setting. The hotel and the storm provided some great scenes visually and I really enjoyed that sweet ending. But the dialogue is so annoying that it made me bored. The movie is so dull to watch as it never has anything truly interesting or unique in it.

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Key Largo also bothered me with its classification. Just because the movie is made in the forties doesn’t mean that it is a noir flick as it isn’t. Yes, it is partly noir, but it is above all a gangster flick and that’s one of the reasons why I didn’t like it as much because I dislike that genre. I admired its emotion and its technical aspects, but everything else is so subpar. And the movie unfortunately comes way behind the classic Bertie Higgins eponymous 1981 song that is inspired by this movie and which is one of my favorites. It was such a shame that the movie didn’t live up to it, at least for me it didn’t.

Key Largo is very well made, visually pleasing, sometimes emotional and it has such a great performance from Claire Trevor who deserved her Oscar here, but the movie is so dull, so uninspired and typical and filled with really forgettable characters that it disappointed me a lot.

My Rating – 3

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The Departed (2006)

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The Departed Movie Review

The Departed is a 2006 crime film directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon and Jack Nicholson. It is a very entertaining, but clichéd film.

The Departed’s plot is very formulaic and I’ve seen this type of story countless times before. You have a mole from each side, one in the gang and one in the police. And that theme of mistaken identity is done do death by now. However, whereas I found its plot to be clichéd, I still found it to be incredibly entertaining and fun to watch. And that is a rarity for me because I usually strongly dislike gangster flicks. But this one was mostly engaging.

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One of us had to die. With me, it tends to be the other guy

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The characters are good, but they are still archetypes. Billy is probably the strongest character here, the one audiences can relate to most. Colin is the opposite, very unlikable, but he serves his purpose. Frank is a typical mobster character who doesn’t differentiate himself from others of the same type. Dignam is very annoying, Madden is quite good and all of the others aren’t memorable.

The acting is particularly good with Leonardo DiCaprio and Matt Damon being the standouts, both giving great performances. Jack Nicholson is also quite good as is Vera Farmiga, but Mark Wahlberg’s performance is very overrated.

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The Departed’s main problem has to be its length. It never makes a case for it, ending in a very prolonged, overlong film with a particularly dragging third act. I just felt that the entire movie could have been shortened by at least half an hour and it would have been much better. In terms of storytelling, it is well crafted, but as I said, standard. But its entertainment value is strong. I found the pacing to be very bad as it is too long, too dragging and sometimes it contains some unnecessary sequences.

It is well directed by Martin Scorsese and very well acted. It is also well shot and solidly scored, but its use of various popular songs bothered me as most of those songs were highly annoying to me. The movie is also never as emotional as it could have been and it is also not as dramatic. It is mostly intense and dramatic, but if it were shorter, the effect would have been stronger.

I respect this movie for not going into overly repulsive and violent territory and that is one of the reasons why I liked it despite me not liking the genre. Its structure is also solid with a very strong first act and the film does have some terrific action sequences.

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The Departed is famous for being the film that finally garnered Scorsese his Oscar, both for directing and best film. And I agree that both are undeserved as that year had some particularly strong Best Picture nominees. Its wins for screenplay and editing are also not fair. And the fact that Mark Walhberg was the only actor here nominated is just ludicrous to me when his performance is both overrated and forgettable. DiCaprio and Damon should have been nominated as they were much better. Overall, The Departed caught me by surprise how entertaining and solid it is, but it is still too clichéd to be enjoyed more.

The Departed is a very entertaining movie with a fun story, terrific performances from its great cast and some quite memorable sequences, but it is still an incredibly clichéd gangster flick with typical characters and a very formulaic plot. It is also overlong as it should have been shorter for at least half an hour. But it is still surprisingly solid and entertaining.

My Rating – 3.5

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The Big Lebowski (1998)

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The Big Lebowski Movie Review

The Big Lebowski is a 1998 crime comedy film directed by Joel and Ethan Coen and starring Jeff Bridges and John Goodman among others. It’s an expectedly disappointing movie.

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Let me explain something to you.

Um, I am not “Mr. Lebowski”.

You’re Mr. Lebowski. I’m the Dude. So that’s what you call me.

You know, that or, uh, His Dudeness or, uh, Duder, or El Duderino

if you’re not into the whole brevity thing

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What is the biggest problem here is its handling of genres. Whereas it does succeed as a comedy flick, it most certainly does not as a crime one. Not only do I think that the movie should have been just a comedy, but also those crime elements are either silly or boring. And sometimes the film is too violent. For instance, that ferret sequence is disgusting. It is admittedly original, but still too gross.

But the film is solid as comedies go. It is never as awesome or as hilarious as I expected it to be, but it’s still funny and more than enough moments were well scripted and had some good laughs. The Dude is the reason to watch this movie and he never disappoints. The only thing that disappoints is the filmmakers’ refusal to have the entire movie revolve just around him as he is easily the best part. I liked his character quite a bit and the stoner humor is strong. I also really liked Walter and the constant quarrelling about Vietnam between the two was amusing. They had a great dynamic together. But all of the other characters aren’t that great and Maude is a typically sexually charged female character whom I found annoying.

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The acting is strong with Jeff Bridges giving a powerhouse comedic performance in an iconic role. John Goodman is also exceptional and the two are great together. The directing from the brothers is again annoying and I continue to dislike their style.

The Big Lebowski benefits from a great  use of dream sequences and those were not only inventive, but also very entertaining and funny. Rarely do I like such scenes, but here those were some of the highlights. And the entire movie, I admit, is pretty authentic and original. Some of those original aspects, most especially its comedic handling of the crime elements, were not good, but most are pretty good with dream as well as some action scenes being superb.

The Big Lebowski is mostly well edited, but definitely too long as the running time should have been trimmed given the fact that it’s a comedy. That resulted in some repetitive and boring scenes. The effects are good in those dream sequences that are well established, the acting is superb and the humor is quite solid, if not great. The dialogue is also pretty good. Some of the lines really made me laugh and were so amusing and the entire stoner aspect to it is terrific.

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The film oddly wasn’t nominated for any Oscars, but it is a cult movie that is beloved by many and is held as a comedy classic. To me, it is far from a great or even a particularly good film, but it is certainly solid and it has its strengths. It’s just a problem that for every great aspect, you get one that is bad or unfortunate. Those weaknesses prevented this movie from reaching some great heights it was destined to reach. But as far as Coens go, this is one of their better and more entertaining films for sure.

The Big Lebowski has many problems including its crime elements that are either boring or uninspired as well as its overlong running time and forgettable supporting characters, but the main characters are great, the humor is mostly good, the dialogue is pretty solid and the film is quite authentic in some areas, especially those dream sequences that are some of the highlights here. In the end, it is solid, but disappointing.

My Rating – 3.5

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No Country for Old Men (2007)

No Country for Old Men Review

No Country for Old Men Movie Review

No Country for Old Men is a 2007 western thriller crime film directed by the Coen brothers and starring Javier Bardem, Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin. It is a disappointing, overrated movie.

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This is the type of film that I dislike. Its plot is too simplistic and despite its many themes, most of them are never really touched upon and are left unexplored. The film is too fast in its pacing as it moves relentlessly and is basically an action film in style which I really disliked. The entire cat-and-mouse thriller aspect to it is typical, but it does produce some interesting scenes. The movie doesn’t particularly succeed in either of the three genres as it isn’t really a western when you think about it, the thriller aspects are disappointing and the crime elements are okay, but nothing spectacular. And the ending I found to be stupid as it didn’t resolve anything. The movie just ended.

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The characters are good, but never great. Tom Bell is pretty solid, but Moss isn’t that well developed and Anton Chigurh is a typical villain created to appeal to the masses. He did pose some real threat, but he was also unrealistic and too theatrical for my taste. The acting is pretty good. Tommy Lee Jones is good as usual, Josh Brolin is also solid and Javier Bardem gave a really good performance, even if his character is too one-note.

No Country for Old Men is technically disappointing as well. It has some good action scenes that are thrilling, but, as I said before, its pacing is too fast. It was edited really well, but moves too briskly. The directing is also disappointing and I continue to feel indifferent towards these directors. This is supposed to be their greatest work and to me it is again very disappointing and immensely overrated.

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The tone is too depressing and dark as the film is literally one giant mood kill. Its ending is so frustrating, its themes are annoyingly left unexplored, the dialogue is very simplistic and the cinematography is so weak with too many overly dark sequences that annoyed me. The movie is original in its mix of genres and I respected that, but it unfortunately failed in the execution of that mix, ending in a weak movie. And I do not understand this purported humor of the movie as I never found any trace of it whatsoever as the film is overly serious and dark. Its violence also bothered me, but at least it was mostly absent from the movie as it could have been much worse given its premise. But I again never really bought this villain character and how he managed to stay alive for so long was very unrealistic.

 

No Country for Old Men ReviewNo Country for Old Men won four Oscars including Best Picture in a year filled with very overrated nominees. It didn’t deserve its acting and directing wins in my opinion, the nod for cinematography is absolutely ridiculous as it is certainly one of the worse aspects of the film, but at least the editing nod is pretty much deserved as the film admittedly is tightly edited. But in the end, this is a very annoying and an immensely disappointing movie.

No Country for Old Men is an immensely overrated movie with too one-note characters, overly simplistic dialogue and themes that are left unexplored. It does have good editing, pretty good performances and some intense scenes, but its mix of genres, although original, is executed poorly and the film ended up being too simplistic and having way too many blockbuster sensibilities to it.

My Rating – 3

  
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Badlands (1973)

Badlands Movie Review

Badlands Movie Review

Badlands is a 1973 crime film directed by Terrence Malick and starring Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek. It is such an overrated, really middling movie.

The plot is the biggest reason why I found Badlands to be incredibly disappointing. It is just a typical crime plot that is in my opinion too reminiscent to ‘Bonnie and Clyde‘. But whereas that movie was incredibly entertaining, this one is just the opposite – it is incredibly boring and lifeless. Its running time is just an hour and a half and I was bored nevertheless and that is the testament to its sleep-inducing pacing and narration. Yes, that narration is so clichéd and annoying that it took me out of the movie entirely.

And the characters are just so boring as well. Both Holly and Kit are not only forgettable, but they are also very annoying at times. And the other characters are of course all forgettable as the movie mostly focuses on just these two. But I have to admit that their relationship was okay and it led to some pretty good scenes and it is the highlight of this otherwise dull movie.

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Another problem I’ve had with Badlands is that it glorifies violence. And I always have a big problem with the movies that do that. Here the violence is thankfully not too much present and not too difficult to watch, but I’ve always had the feeling during this movie that it presented that violence in a positive light mostly due to that adventurous and romantic tone of the movie along with that really troublesome ending in which the policemen basically admire the guy who is the murderer. Maybe Malick was making a critique of that, but even if he was doing that, he failed because he did such a poor job at making that point come across.

Yes, I continue to dislike Terrence Malick’s movies and style. He is such an overrated director and even though Badlands is far from a bad movie, it is still just an okay, passable crime flick that is incredibly overrated as it did not deserve as much praise from critics as it had got. Technically, Badlands looks pretty good and its cinematography is the major selling point of the entire movie. Some of the scenery is great and some of the shots are really well established and quite memorable. The pacing is slow, but the acting is fine as both Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek did a good job in their roles, but nothing too remarkable. Some of the scenes were pretty romantic and memorable and I really liked those scenes that came mostly in the first half as the second half ruined it for me as it became a typical crime movie. But its lack of message and its evident troubled portrayal of violence makes this movie so difficult to watch.

Badlands Movie Review

Badlands is such an overrated movie that has some solid cinematography, it looks good and some scenes in the first half are pretty good and memorable, but the movie lacks any message or point to it, its story is awfully clichéd and it is mostly such a dull film filled with very annoying characters.

My Rating – 3

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Black Mass (2015)

Black Mass

Black Mass Movie Review

Black Mass is a 2015 crime film directed by Scott Cooper and starring Johnny Depp. It is an unpleasant, derivative movie.

It is about an infamous mobster Whitey Bulger. The plot itself is very familiar and I’ve seen this kind of film countless times before. It was so clichéd and so typical at every turn. The first half is a bit better, but unfortunately the second half is so boring and even annoying at times. Yes, the violence is sickening here in some scenes. But the bigger problem has to be the boring characters and that tired storyline.

The main character is so obnoxious to the point of being difficult to watch. I hated him and his terrible actions. But at least he is memorable whereas others are pretty much all forgettable and weakly developed. As for the acting, Johnny Depp definitely gave a respectable performance that is one of his better ones. He disappeared into the role and he truly was repulsive. He is the only great thing about this movie and the biggest reason to see Black Mass.

Black Mass is also weakly directed by Scott Cooper and way too long and badly paced. It is too boring and never particularly engaging. Also, the plot structure is very odd as the first half is basically a family drama and a biopic whereas the second half goes full mod mode. And it tries to have humor, but fails as it is never funny at all. For all of that serious and lightweight exchange, the film definitely has a ridiculous tone to it. It has a solid attention to detail as it recreates the period fairly well, but the score is forgettable and the emotional engagement is never there.

The film just has countless of those convoluted plot points where characters interact (by either slowly talking or torturing each other) which are so typical for this genre and which are always annoying to watch. If it focused more on family drama instead of typical mob action, it would have been much better, but it ended up being clichéd and mostly forgettable.

Black Mass is such a forgettable and clichéd movie. Everything about it is tired and uninspired from the plot to the characters with typical character interactions and many familiar and annoying plot points. It is only worth seeing for the performance of Johnny Depp who is really good here, but it is otherwise a mediocre movie.

My Rating – 2

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