But there is something to be said for the film’s R-rated action.
This sweet teen movie is clichéd, over-engineered and absolutely perfect.
This sequel has a more reflective tone than the banger-a-minute original, but you can’t deny its charms.
Their scheme runs like Rolex clockwork. You never feel the shiver of risk.
Childbirth, a newborn’s cry, and volatile teenage emotions all become life-threatening: children are feared for their sheer vulnerability.
Steven Spielberg attended, with an acceptance speech applauding #TimesUp and celebrating the magic of the movie theatre.
From Date Night to Horrible Bosses to Bad Neighbours to Game Night. Is anyone else noticing a pattern?
Embarrassed by her “trivial” career, Hedy Lamarr set about inventing technology to defeat the Nazis in WWII.
Via the app, Smith continues to offer the charismatic, wholesome silliness that catapulted him to fame in the 90s.
A controversial director may be brought down, but only because powerful actors are finally turning on him. How much progress is that?
44, to be precise.