6 ‘n 90! Da Man does six reviews in ninety seconds.
2 Guns. It has all the elements found in a Tarantino film: a crazy diner scene, a non-linear timeline, and a couple of bickering anti-heroes exchanging clever quips. Unfortunately, what it doesn’t have is Quentin Tarantino.
The Sapphires. This film is a lot like a cover version of a classic American hit performed by a foreign band. Just different enough to be interesting, and while not particularly original, makes up for it with a lot of energy and heart.
6 ‘N 90! Da Man reviews six films in ninety seconds.
R.I.P.D. Maybe the ad campaign for this film should have been a variation on the old Certs commercial. “It’s a ripoff of Men in Black.” “No, it’s a ripoff of Ghostbusters.” “No, it’s two, two, two ripoffs in one!”
RED 2. What if they had a Cold War and nobody came–except septuagenarians. You’d have Red 2, or as some Misfits refer to it, codger-palooza.
6 ‘n 90! Da Man reviews six films in ninety seconds.
White House Down. Once you’ve said Channing Tatum’s acting is the best thing in a movie, you’ve pretty much said all you need to know about a film.
World War Z. While most summer blockbusters have a 2 or 3 after their titles and are walking dead versions of a one-time original story or character, World War Z actually manages to breathe new life into the expiring zombie genre.