At a breezy 97 minutes, the one thing you can't say about Good Day to Die Hard is that it overstays its welcome. Also, once you jettison the need for things like "drama" and "character development" it becomes a not-unpleasant way to while away an hour-and-a-half.
Sean, Brian and I are joined once more by JoBlo.com News Editor Paul Shirey for this week's MovieFilm show as we discuss the trifecta of fail that is Arnold Schwarzenegger's The Last Stand, Lindsay Lohan's The Canyons and the underwhelming Oscar nominations.
The MovieFilm show hits double-digits! For our blockbuster tenth episode, we talk up the latest developments on the Star Wars front, debate Joseph Gordon-Levitt possibly donning Batman's cape-and-cowl in the Justice League movie, and more.
Mendes, who previously worked with Craig when the star had a key supporting role in 2002's Road to Perdition, brings a methodical, refined eye to the proceedings, helped along by the luxurious cinematography by Roger Deakins.