As summer winds down we have "The Hitman's Bodyguard" starring Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson, as well as the social media centric "Ingrid Goes West" with Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen.
I was disappointed by "The Hitman's Bodyguard" - with a cast like Reynolds, Jackson, Salma Hayek, and Gary Oldman, you'd think they'd be able to do something special. Instead I feel like the actors were told to be the most stereotypical version of themselves, and it comes off as disingenuous.
Meanwhile "Ingrid Goes West" is a refreshing if not disturbing look at our social media habits, and the influence "influencers" wield. Fomo kids, Fomo.
The latest interviews, reviews, and opinions on film by Dana Han-Klein. Thoughts and opinions are entirely my own and not reflective of my employer or any third parties.
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