Six Movies I’ve Watched in January 2021

Ava (2020) is about an assassin who is being targeted along with her family. The storyline is average and Jessica Chastain holds her own, but I wish there was more action. It is rated R and is one hour and 36 minutes.

R.I.P.D. (2013) is about a police officer who unravels the mystery of whose who betrayed him. A great movie from start to finish. Good concept and hilarious scenes. It is rated PG-13 and is one hour and 36 minutes.

Mr. Brooks (2007) is about a successful businessman trying to control his serial killer urges. The best part of this movie was William Hurt. The ending was a little off. It was okay. It is rated R and is two hours.

Chapter 27 (2007) is about Mark Chapman, the man who killed John Lennon. It fell flat because Mark Chapman was not all that interesting in how he was portrayed. I’m sure his personality was spot on, but there isn’t any redeeming quality I see in who he was and is today. It is rated R and is one hour and 24 minutes.

My Cousin Rachel (2017) is about a man who avenges to find out why his cousin died. It is adapted from the writer, Daphne Du Maurier’s book. It’s a slower movie but engaging throughout. It is rated PG-13 and is one hour and 46 minutes.

Deadpool (2016) is about a man who will go to any length to live and becomes an unlikely hero upon his transformation. The humor can be crude and dark but hilarious movie. It is rated R and is one hour and 48 minutes.

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