A bittersweet goodbye, with sweeping visuals and a heartfelt ending to one of the best modern animated movie franchises.
This film is not exactly horror and not exactly sci-fi, and suffers from an identity crisis that will likely alienate audiences.
A wacky, strange opus of vengeful violence that’ll please fans wanting to watch Liam Neeson do some good old fashioned killin’.
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Referencing many other films in the genre doesn’t make for a very original experience.
Despite a fantastic turn from Gyllenhaal, the film is an unfunny, unsuccessful, elitist spoof about what happens when art and commerce collide, and it’s one that will be lost on most.