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Interstellar was not as thrilling as it could have been, but even after multiple watches, the film constantly proves to be incredibly deep and thought-provoking, filled with hauntingly beautiful ideas and imagery that will undoubtedly blow your mind.
This movie isn't anything spectacular, with the mediocre acting, idiotic characters, and substandard plot. However, due to some genuinely frightening moments, lots of heart-pounding suspense, and cool visuals, The Pyramid might turn out to be quite the guilty pleasure of mine.
Notably better than the first movie, The Woman in Black 2 actually has a good story and decent suspense. However, like the first movie, it relied too much on jumpscares and wasn't too memorable overall. Regardless, I still enjoyed the movie and its chilling atmosphere.
Daniel Radcliffe's performance is completely unengaging, with his character very rarely showing emotion of any kind besides bewilderment. Also, the film doesn't truly begin to creep you out until about an hour in. On the plus side, once the movie does begin to get creepy, it becomes fully engaging (despite Radcliffe's lackluster performance) and a few serious chills down your spine.
I found myself laughing throughout this entire movie, which is a great trait for a comedy to have. The story was pretty standard and predictable, but the onslaught of comedy brought about by the awesome and natural chemistry of Bullock and McCarthy had me fully engaged all the way to the end.
How I Met Your Mother is a show that is both hard to love and hard to hate. On the plus side, it is filled to the brim with fully-realized characters, clever jokes, and some very deep themes. On the down side, the show far too occasionally lets slapstick humor and cheesiness get in the way.