Tag Archives: Taylor Kitsch

21 Bridges (2019) Review

SOLID ACTING TALENTS IN AN OTHERWISE MEDIOCRE CRIME THRILLER   Throughout the many genres of cinematic tales, the subgenre of crime dramas is indeed one that has been done and redone for decades. Naturally, the idea of these crime dramas (sometimes could be refereed to as cop action thrillers), usually tend to rely heavily on the premise of law enforcement

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Only the Brave (2017) Review

COURAGE UNDER FIRE   Heroes come in all shapes and size” as the age old saying goes. This saying even extends to the cinematic world of movies, portraying various types of heroes through narrative film tales. In today’s current realm of movies, heroism is mostly presented underneath a fantastical lens through the rise of the comic book feature films, depicting

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American Assassin (2017) Review

NOT DEADLY OR LETHAL ENOUGH   Best-selling author Vince Flynn is known for political thriller of the character of Mitch Rapp. While his earlier career is a bit unorthodox (working for Kraft foods, a brief stint in training to be an aviator in the US Marine Corp, and then as a bartender), his passion came from reading and writing and,

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Lone Survivor Review

TRULY GRIPPING AND INTENSE, BUT MISSING SOMETHING   Over the past decade or so, Hollywood has punched out a fair share of war films for audience members to see with gritty real-life action, bombastic gunfights and explosion, and unwavering portrayals of valor and honor to those characters that fight and die in the name of freedom. Whether based in truth

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