Movie critic Bruce Miller compares this year’s “Emma.” to previous versions. Anya Taylor-Joy handles the role of Emma with great abandon and has a better relationship with Mr. Knightley than most other Emma actresses. Since he’s closer in age to her, there’s a different vibe. Since Johnny Flynn plays him, there’s plenty of fun. Also, “Bloodshot,” a Vin Diesel film based on a comic book, doesn’t bother with much exposition. Instead, it gets straight to the action and lets Diesel do what he does best – remain silent.