The Man with the Iron Fists: not much in this film that was not done before, and probably better, by films that were already bad. The acting is flat, the dialogues are laughable, the story as well. The only purpose of this seems to be the extremely gruesome deaths; maybe that was the goal, but that doesn’t mean that if it aims to be bad and succeeds, that makes it any good.
Snow White and the Huntsman: apparently every story must be retold as an epic struggle against tyranny and evil, complete with its own Agincourt speech; of course, by doing so, they all start to resemble, with the elements that defined it originally appear tacked in to justify the name. It has some visual flair, but the main elements (story and acting) are just not there.
Happythankyoumoreplease: out of the 7 or 8 relationships in this rushed, underdeveloped, badly written film, about half of one is worth paying attention to. The characters are uninteresting, too. And I wonder why the decision to go handheld/steadicam was taken: it doesn’t make sense to the story. Unhappythankyoucanigohomenow.