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Girl, Interrupted
14 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

James Mangold's psychological drama is filled with intense and captivating performances, special mention to Angelina Jolie's iconic role, and while there's plenty of elements to admire worthy of the themes its genre so proudly handles, the film never really possesses a particular sense of identity, being mostly a girls-version of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, but without the uniqueness or hypnotizing-poetic take on the psychiatric approaches.

John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
14 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Blasted by top-notch-quality action sequences, twice as dynamic and dazzling as its predecessors, but improving over the expansion of the world presented, the third installment in the now-promising-further John Wick franchise is just as good as expected, with the blessing of Keanu Reeves magnetic action-performance and the several A+ stars all around the film offering their best, it improves and delivers the experience expected of a surprisingly consistent action-series.

Constantine
Constantine (2005)
15 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Keanu Reeves supernatural thriller benefits from the actor's charm and charisma in the brand new take on the iconic comic-book exorcist, and while the script clearly differs from the Vertigo-source material, it has enough strength and identity to shine as best as it can on its own, with decent special effects, unexpected thrills, and a script that splits from the comic and, at the same time, pays its own respect to it, Francis Lawrence first full length feature works just as enough as it needs to.

The Animatrix
The Animatrix (2003)
15 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

With several distinctive animation styles, delivered and crafted by several talents behind these stories, Animatrix expands the Matrix universe with style, fashion and though-provoking themes, just as this franchise should, creating clever connection within the franchise itself, and delivering entertaining, visceral and attractive short-tales, although some of them might not work as effectively, making this a worthy anthology-entry, and a visual delight for both, fans of the films and anime in general.

The Matrix Revolutions
15 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Revolutions might possess strong moments directly connected to the franchise's unique elements, but unfortunately, narratively speaking, it throws away plenty of potential, as well as the anticipated conclusion of the trilogy being wrapped in such an extravagant way, without the originality and freshness of the first one, nor the blasting action-bonanza from the second, the Wachowski's gave their best onto the closure of their trilogy, by forgetting the best out of the franchise, turning it into an average sci-fi mix bag.