Rog's VIEWPOINTS are his movie reviews from behind the camera and always spoiler-free. These are his voting results for the BFCA's Critics' Choice Ratings and Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer. Films are rated from 1 to 5 cameras,
with 5 being excellent.
While on his honeymoon with Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) in Cuba, Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) is forced into helping cyberterrorist Cipher (Charlize Theron) in her mad attempt to hold world leaders accountable for their actions. With the threat of nuclear destruction, it's up to Dom's crew to find him and put an end to Cipher's plan.
High-speed chases fuel another frenetic entry in this indestructible series. If you're searching for intricate plotting and award-worthy performances, look elsewhere. This is nothing more than
Thrown out by her boyfriend (Dan Stevens) for being an alcoholic and out of work, Gloria (Anne Hathaway) heads back to her family's small-town home for a change in life. She becomes a waitress at her childhood friend Oscar's (Jason Sudeikis) bar and spends the after-hours drinking with Oscar and his buddies Garth (Tim Blake Nelson) and Joel (Austin Stowell). One day, she awakens with a hangover to news reports that a giant creature has attacked Seoul. This monster appears each night at the same time, makes weird gestures and disappears in a cloud of lightning. Gloria soon realizes that the creature is
Frank Adler (Chris Evans) struggles to make a living as a boat repairman in Florida while raising his young niece Mary (Mckenna Grace), who was left in his care after his sister committed suicide. Mary is a strong-willed child prodigy with uncanny mathematical skills that she inherited from her mother. When her first-grade teacher Bonnie (Jenny Slate) discovers her abilities, it isn't long before a normal school life disintegrates. Frank's estranged mother Evelyn (Lindsay Duncan) learns about