This February Tom Holland starred in the live-action adaptation of Uncharted, a game I never played but have known loads about for a while. When Tom Holland was cast as the iconic game character Nathan Drake fans of the game weren’t that pleased. I understand why now.
Uncharted is your typical find-the-treasure movie but it lacks all of the pizzazz of a film like Indiana Jones or even The Mummy. The action sequences aren’t fun or lively, the humor left me deadpan, the story was as generic as it gets, the music was terrible, and the plot twists were foreseeable; all in all, Uncharted is as bland as it gets.
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Mark Wahlberg is one of those actors whose movies I actually tend to enjoy. I haven’t watched a movie with him yet that I didn’t like to a certain extent and that’s why I thought it would be fun to have him be the actor listed for this week’s A Movie Ranking. Here are the films I’ve seen with him and my ranking in those movies.
5. Transformers: The Last Knight
I saw Transformers: Age of Extinction. I’m one of the people who actually really enjoyed the film. The Last Knight, not so much. The third act has some of those tinges of epicness Age of Extinction seemed to contain in abundance but overall, I’ve only been able to watch the film twice, and barely…at that. Continue reading A Movie Ranking: Mark Wahlberg