Technophobe man creates a lot of bleeding edges for goons and others. Leigh Whannell’s throwback pulp actioner is unafraid to completely embrace its pulp, low-finances roots, getting essentially the most bang, crash and wallop for its buck. Like The Incredibles, this Lord and Miller-produced (though directorial credit score goes to Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey and Rodney Rothman)__ multi-universe spanning Spidey journey is aware of the way to use animation to deliver superhero action to life. The visuals will make your jaw drop, the set items are great and there is true heart and humour backing it all up.
The excessive watermark of John Woo’s stint in Hollywood, Face/Off is filled with all of the slo-mo action gunplay and doves you’d anticipate. The story – cop and gangster swap faces and lives during a protracted game of cat-and-mouse – is high-idea bordering on nonsensical. But what makes it work are Nicolas … Read MoreRead More