While an encounter with the hitman, his wife and the bodyguard is certain to be violent and painful, the trio almost always put their victims out of their misery swiftly. Lucky for audiences, “The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard” does the same.
For all of its promise of neon lit cinematography and a thrilling new spin, there is nothing in “Spiral” that sets it apart from its predecessors.
Whether it’s in film or video games, perspective is key to the audience’s experience – and “Pulp Fiction” and “The Last of Us” both nail it.
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Without the quiet subtlety that made “Unbreakable” such an intriguing laid back superhero movie, or the suspense the drove “Split” and made it so thrilling, “Glass” is left to fall somewhere in-between – an overtly in-your-face superhero story dragged along through excessive exposition.