Extreme Measures 9/01/14
First off, I find it quite refreshing that Tony Gilroy, writer of Extreme Measures, decided to put some questions of moral and ethics into a film of this kind, especially since the thriller genre circa-1996 wasn't much more than disposable entertainment.
Interview with the Vampire 8/14/14
I also think that after the first hour, where the film shifts focus to the group of vampires living in the Paris underground, the film really loses some of it's pace and punch.
In his first two American action films, his action sequences were a bit stilted and generic, but here he just let's loose with beautifully filmed scenes of gunplay, hand-to-hand combat, Mexican standoffs, boat chases and prison escapes.
Eyes Wide Shut 8/02/14
Considering that this film has already been analysed to death, I can't really think of any differing theories or new points to share about this film that haven't been already said.
Transformers: Age of Extinction 7/16/14
Age Of Extinction, like a lot of Bay's other films, suffers from his usual self-indulgences, but also shows that, in the field of visually spectacular action sequences, he is a master and maybe an unrivalled one.
Star Trek 5/22/13
I have no problem with that, except this should be a Star Trek film first, not an action film with the Star Trek title.
Star Trek: First Contact 4/28/13
None of the characters in the film really get the same kind of development Picard does, save for Data and his capture by the Borg, and Lily, a woman from the 21st century who is eventually the one who gets Picard to see the error of his ways.