Fifty Shades of Grey todger-waggler Jamie Dornan dons a strong ’stache on this down-and-dirty war image and fools precisely nobody; everyone knows it’s you, Jamie Dornan. At any rate, this one’s pretty sharp about the geopolitical dimension of battle, and overwrought when it comes to the private.
Those plugged in to the thrill of wrestling may get extra out of the rise of little Leo (Seth Carr), who discovers a luchador mask granting him the velocity, strength, and agility to enter the ring with grown-ups thrice his measurement. (That, and a weirdly deep Billy Dee Williams voice.) Like Mike did this with a magic pair of Air Jordans, but this film piledrives the competition by foregrounding the agreed-upon lie often known as kayfabe that makes wrestling unique. Leo creates his personal persona and buys into the act till it turns into real, the bedrock of the sweaty, muscular type of … Read MoreRead More