May 18, 2019 by jacklovelace
Some recent snapshot reviews for Rotten Tomatoes:
The action scenes are actually less interesting than the dialogue character scenes, but an overall pleasure
It has nice stretches but some misses are cringeworthy
I actually groaned out load as the wife character has one clueless scene after another. Horrible movie.
Good story with some great scenes. A little too Tarantino long scenes to get a 5th star
Critics delight, too depressing for real people to watch
Mundane. Horror by the numbers.
Really good action movie I can’t imagine why it isn’t a big hit.
Heartwarming story, not bleak enough for critics..
Not as good as the original although the ending was fun in a non believable way.
There is no way any movie coming out the rest of the year is more deserving of the best doc oscar.
.Very good horror film. The hype makes it sound great, which is going too far, but it very good.
A really well done Western. Critics get farther and farther away from what the public wants in a movie. Ethan Hawke is terrific.
This powerful movie should be seen by a wide audience
Not your usual Neeson movie, clever and just enough oddball to give it some really fun teeth.
Well done, visually fascinating,
Downbeat to the point of grim.
Horrible. A confused slog.
Slow and boring, what a waste.
A warm lovely movie with lots of heart. Critics are so off base on this one. It was way better done than I expected.
Entertaining action, holds interest well and is fast moving. Ending was
poor, setting up an Escape Room 2 sequel that will not be as good.
Until then this one was worth seeing.
Clint is great as always. Some plot holes, not pc, but a good movie to watch, even touching at times.
Wicked, witty, well written and acted. Lots of fun.
Real slow. A critics dream, viewers impatience.
Entertaining, not a great movie but a pleasant viewing
Dreadful. Even fast forward became painful. Be very leery of movie critic reviews.
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