It’s a concept less interesting than the film’s initial trajectory.
The real stars here are the set-pieces.
Keira Knightley deploys some of her best emotional work.
This second instalment leans even further into the silliness.
A Hollywood re-make seems like a rather less likely prospect.
Simultaneously sad, funny, melancholy and celebratory.
A lot of people die, and you may chuckle a bit along the way.
Its Generation Z teenagers move between homework and activism with grace and strength.
You won’t find anything tricksy, stylised or gritty going on here.
The film itself, however, is a bit of a disappointment.
Though Gary Hart had some actual vision and a famously lovely head of hair.
There’s a reason it’s up for an Oscar.
Roberts offers a skillful performance of strength and cautious care.
Warning: this one will hurt.
Ultraviolent action flick is not nearly as fun as it sounds.
Long-time Eastwood fans may enjoy his latest/last.
You’ve simply got to see it.
It almost smacks of fantasy, Aaron Yap writes.
It’s no Favourite of Katie Parker’s.
It’s downright weird.
Provides just enough CGI, chills, spills, laughs and thrills.