Revisiting 70s crime cinema gives 2018 flick ‘Dragged Across Concrete’ a welcomed kick and crazy cool style.
2018 crime flick ‘Widows’ puts style and thrills ahead of character development and lasting impact.
Standing genre tropes on their head John Carpenter’s 1976 indie thriller ‘Assault on Precinct 13’ is a stylized masterpiece.
1975 Japanese action flick ‘The Bullet Train’ offers nail-biting suspense and smart, high-caliber drama.
2018 flick ‘Terminal’ is brimming with noir style, but completely lacks substance and a purpose.
2016 thriller ‘At the End of the Tunnel’ pits great performers against a life or death bank heist with amazing results.
2016’s cop buddy comedy ‘War on Everyone’ is irreverent, laugh out loud, and uncomfortably disturbing.
A smart script, efficient action, and strongly built characters give 2016 thriller ‘The Accountant’ that extra kick.
Denis Villeneuve’s 2015 thriller ‘Sicario’ is a finely crafted piece of cinematic nihilism.
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