Laugh out loud funny in places, but never quite manages to reach the enjoyment value of the first one.
Enjoyable but silly in places, The International never quite gets away from the fact that it’s about the banking industry and yet still manages to entertain sufficiently to make watching it worthwhile.
Some amusing dialogue and interesting entanglements make this interpretation of a real bank robbery watchable, engaging and surprisingly emotional.
I don’t turn off many films before getting to the end, but Punisher: War Zone’s dialog and action was so dire and had so few redeeming features that I gave up before the end, judge it on that basis.
Decent production values, reasonable special effects and a better than average first half make Outlander worth watching despite being let down by the last 30 minutes.
This remake of the original classic goes through the motions but appears to have no soul, and if you can’t attach yourself to the female lead and her annoying kid you’re left wondering why you should care.