It’s important to go into this film not knowing a whole lot about the plot and who are the bad guys and who are the good guys. It will be a better entertainment experience that way. To keep it simple here, a gang of criminals and a group of corrupt cops are planning the murder of a cop in order to pull off the biggest heist Atlanta has seen. There’s also the element of Russian gangsters involved (Kate Winslet and Gal Gadot who play sisters) and that is a different story entirely.
The talent in this film is incredible. We have …
A beautiful story that shows us that its OK to question and its OK if we don’t totally understand, as long as we still have faith. Joseph Fiennes is exceptional as the non-believer Roman solider Clavius while Cliff Curtis makes a soft and loving Jesus/Yeshua.
What I Liked: The acting, especially that of Joseph Fiennes and Cliff Curtis; the gorgeous cinematography.
What I Didn’t Like: The slow paced beginning and the continuity errors of Fiennes’s cut lip.
How Many Times I Checked The Time: 1
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What I Loved: Ryan Reynolds is everything; T.J. Miller is the perfect comedic sidekick; Gina Carano back to kicking ass; all of the X-Men and superhero jokes; the slow-motion action sequences
What I Didn’t Like: Nothing.
How Many Times I Checked the Time: 0
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and another Nicholas Sparks film is released. I always look forward to the Sparks film that comes out every year. Sure, nothing will ever top A Walk to Remember or The Notebook or even Nights in Rodanthe (I don’t care what you say, I love it!), but even in the worst of his films (The Best of Me or Safe Haven), there’s always a moment of two that I end up loving. His newest film adaptation The Choice is about love, loss but most importantly faith. Yes, there are some melodramatic moments, but …