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The Visit is certainly not Shyamalan’s worst picture by a long shot, but it does little to offer hope for the future of this filmmaker. For a director that specializes in left-field plot twists, M. Night Shyamalan has become rather predictable. He was once the new face of horror and now he’s just another face in the crowd. ... Read full review »
There’s one aspect briefly harped on in Zoolander 2 that I almost want to commend the film. The movie doesn’t pretend that the returning characters are still relevant or ageless models in the fifteen years since the first movie. Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) and Hansel McDonald (Owen Wilson) come out of their solitude only to be labeled as old and lame by the modelling industry where they considered themselves masters. Unlike Dumb and Dumber To, nobody in this picture pretends this is a simple continuation where ... Read full review »