“Sing” is the same as watching some outdated, dumbed down reality t.v. singing competition show.
There isn’t much worse in the movie world than a bad big screen video game adaptation, and “Assassin’s Creed” is one of the worst of the bunch.
It wouldn’t have taken much to improve this movie, and given the acting talent involved I’m surprised that more effort wasn’t made to do so.
The constant shift in tone, story and timelines can be a bit messy at times, but it’s also what makes this film so compelling.
Let’s just get right to the point here: in “Manchester By The Sea,” Casey Affleck is as great, if not even greater, than you’ve heard. The movie itself is not.
I can see why the film industry is going ga-ga over “La La Land,” the latest film from “Whiplash” prodigy director Damien Chazelle.