Guy Ritchie films tend to have an erratic tone and are filled with characters whose motives are not clear until the finale frame. The Gentlemen is no different and plays to every convention Ritchie has created for himself throughout his career.
Films tend to try and blend reality with a flare of the dramatic so we don't feel that rush of realism and can escape from the hard hitting aspects of said reality. The Way Back is one of those films while it's themes are heavy and emotional you cannot help but feel connected to the humour that stems from the reality this film looks at.
2019s The Lion King was highly anticipated for many reasons. It was criticised for all the same reasons. Audiences flocked in droves to see this film, as it brings together two generations to appreciate Disney's achievement.
13 Reasons Why Season Three shifted the focus onto a new storyline. Who Killed Bryce Walker? In typical fashion of the series, we quickly learn that everyone had a motive, including new girl Ani who serves as the narrator for events that unfold.
We have seen major success for both Marvel and DC films within the last decade. Both have been staples for years. Both have had very bad movies as well and those are the ones I am here to talk about. The Top 5 worst comic book movies of all time.
Aside from Aquaman, Shazam, and Wonder Woman, the DCEU has been largely looked down upon by critics worldwide. Those same critics have been filled with praise for Marvel films. With Marvel now having had over a decade of both critical and box office success, I believe that DC's experiments will render their next phase more complete than ever before.