Ashgar Farhadi returns with his greatest drama since 'A Separation'; Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong'o, and others team up to save the world; and George Clooney directs another snoozer.
"Colombia". Unless that accent is from the District. It certainly isn't from Colombia.
It may not be great but it's so weird to look back at how The 355 was conceived with Fan Bingbing as one of the first casting choices, for a very pre-production central role, to appeal to international markets—and then the great Chinese Film Industry Re-Education happened where any film she was involved with wouldn't be shown in China.
George Clooney has directed 8 movies?! Have any of them been any good? They all seem to get these kinds of middling to poor reviews.
Disappointing sophomore effort from Kinberg who, as some genius on the Blank Check podcast reddit pointed out, holds the distinction of having the most financially successful first movie of a writer-director in Hollywood history (Dark Phoenix).