Suffers from many of the same wearisome, dredged-up villains and ho-hum action and comedy that have bedevilled the franchise since its second instalment.
It’s a moving canvass of surreal dreams, meditative resolve and old fashioned cinema.
I believe, whatever doesn’t kill you, simply makes you… stranger.
The fact is it’s is a mythical gritty version of the Lion King and it’s everything Dracula Untold should have been.
Have we tried sending in Kurt Russell?
Arnie can act
Ambitious films tend to be the most polarizing
Although it’s encouraging that we’re saved from the ludicrous speed of Hollywood adventure epics, The Lost City of Z fails to live up to the predecessors that have explored similar waters.
An antagonist must be exceptionally good at attacking a hero’s greatest weakness.
Colossal isn’t just about our monsters or alcoholism but rather how we can become bound to things and people.