First things first, this was nowhere as bad as it could have been.
Director – Jose Padilha
Starring – Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton, Abbie Cornish, Samuel L. 19 more words
British writer Tom Rob Smith book titled Child 44 has become an international bestseller. First published back in 2008, this first novel of a trilogy (featuring the character of Leo Demidov), has sold millions of copies worldwide and has been translated into thirty six different languages. 1,103 more words
A muddled story and disjointed motivations cripple Daniel Espinosa’s Child 44. Adapted from Tom Rob Smith’s novel of the same name, the film lacks conviction in any of its varied messages, dashing between half-baked concepts and subplots, which are mirrored by Espinosa’s dizzyingly-active direction. 618 more words
Everyone knows the story of Dracula.
Not to be confused with the Gary Oldman one, or the Bela Lugosi one, or the Jonathan Rhys Myers one, or the Frank Langella one, and definitely not the Gerard Butler one (what were they thinking?), this is The Christopher Lee One. 55 more words