Better Late Then Never
Absolutely the worst movie.
A terrific literary drama and character piece that shows how the process of creating art can be seen differently by those doing it and those looking at it from the outside.
Proud Mary in my opinion was very good. The movie was just too short. The Movie was filmed in a short period of time. 1hr and 30 minutes. We definitely needed a 2 hour movie. Taraji P. Henson is definitely one of the greatest Actresses in the world. An A list Actress. Movie Theaters money maker. Now that Proud Mary is on Starz see more postings of people loving this movie. A lot less negativity. Taraji is more talented than the movie .
I didn't want to watch because of the bad reviews but this really is an excellent movie from beginning to end. The only thing I don't get is the proud Mary 70s theme/vibe.
Almost a copy of the South Korean movie Villains of 2017, but much more corny.
Mary (Traji P. Henson) is an assassin who works for a crime family run by Benny (Danny Glover). She does a hit on a man, but she doesn't know his son Danny (Jahi Di'Allo Winston) is in his room, but Danny doesn't see Mary or know what happened. Mary takes Danny under her wing, but the family thinks that hit -once known - can lead back to them and they let Mary know this. Because of that hit and the hit on Uncle (Xander Berkley) who used Danny to run drugs, there is the fear of a general crime war. Mary wants out. Notables: Billy Brown as Tom, son of Benny and a one time love interest of Mary; Neal McDonough as Walter, Benny's henchman.This is okay, kind of sappy in places, and there should have been more to the story. The acting all around is good and yes, there are many shootings. (5/5) Violence: Yes.
Language: Some, not much