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As mesmerizing as a well-tuned band, Whiplash builds and builds on its own intensity until it eventually reaches something wonderful and worthy of its bark. The camera bobs and weaves from many different angles capturing Teller’s fast hands of music and Simmons’ fury in pacing. Both of these actors throw everything they have at the screen, throats sore and veins pulsating. Just like the goals their characters are aiming for, the two actors achieve an amazing performance from all their efforts. They are not great; they’re perfect. ... Read full review »
Blackhat is at least capable in its attempts at being a thorough cyber thriller, but it becomes too obsessed with its own craftsmanship. The drama is just not there in a movie that’s wall-to-wall exposition, action scenes and flashy zooms on working computer parts. It’s a film that seems entirely made for those who focus on the little details that need to be pointed out or corrected when assembling a story. At the sacrifice of real character development and an intriguing commentary, Blackhat might just satisfy ... Read full review »