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Jack Reacher is an action hero that has the common hero power of stating that actions he will take against his enemies, then carrying them out in that specific order. He tells a cop the phone will ring with the military police to absolve him of being arrested and it happens. He tells a bad guy over the phone he’ll break certain parts of his body and then does just that. I’m pretty sure during the many times he orders food offscreen he specified similar instructions to fast food joints. If only Tom Cruise had this ... Read full review »
Knight of Cups is Terrence Malick’s par for the course. If you’re familiar with his work of the contemplative Tree of Life and Voyage of Time, you know what you’re in for. Those seeking an artistic collage of visuals, music and whispers of philosophical ramblings will be served the deep art they so greatly desire. The viewer that never got Malick’s non-narrative shifting of ideas and space will be scratching their heads in bitter confusion. ... Read full review »