Sunday 28 April 2019


Mortal Engines 3D (2018)
[#69 in 100 Films in a Year 2019]

Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004)
[#68 in 100 Films in a Year 2019]

this week on 100 Films

Time for another TV roundup this week on 100 Films in a Year...

Plus 2 new film reviews were published, including a particularly big one...

Avengers: Endgame (2019)
Within its three hours and one minute running time, Endgame encompasses and represents almost all of the tendencies of other MCU movies — for both good and ill. This is not a perfect movie, and this will not be a 5-star review, which I’m saying upfront because massive spoilers may follow. There’s not much to discuss about the film if we limit ourselves to what’s been revealed in trailers and promos, because they’ve purposely kept almost the entire movie a secret, so I’m just going to talk freely.
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Baywatch: Extended Cut (2017)
I actually thought it was fun. Big, dumb, daft fun. And that’s what I think it’s meant to be, so, really, what’s the problem? It’s not clever and it’s not subtle, but why would you expect it to be? Okay, fair enough: maybe you flat-out don’t enjoy this kind of movie. That’s fine. But for anyone who chooses to watch it with realistic expectations about the kind of film it will be, it delivers what you’d expect in reasonably good fashion.
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More next Sunday.