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Aladdin was enjoyable, well paced and very entertaining as a live-action recreation of Disney's cartoon classic. Will Smith is identifiably excellent and the stars are both charismatic and likable. I will be buying this on Blu-Ray to add to my collection.
Hellboy is very entertaining and the monsters he encounters are pretty radical. Except for the giants who look cartoony and nonsensical in facial features and don't match the refinement of the hell monsters. Sometimes I don't know what the critics are smoking with their jaded reviews.
From the beginning, Shazam is fun, entertaining and has great pacing. There are many moments of solid performances and that is only heightened by the plot and the storytelling. There are some cheesy moments but this is a little bit of a kids movie in certain scenes so they are warranted. Another great entry after Aquaman and Wonder Woman. Now please bring back Cavill as Superman
Jordan Peele's 2nd cinematic entry as a director is a mixed bag. It's good but not as solid as Get Out because the movie falls apart in the middle due to the ridiculousness and absurdity of the plots truth which is right when the movie nosedives. I won't ruin it for anyone who hasn't seen the movie but at least we do get solid performances from all the actors and actresses involved. Everyone is excellent. I think the thing that stuck the most with me is realizing the text at the beginning being shown in order to believe the absurdity which doesn't work well at all. The reveal at the end is disturbingly good though even though if it is slightly predictable. Regardless, this is one of the better horror films out their and Jordan has put in an incredible effort with his 1st two films.
Captain Marvel is awesome as an origin movie and also as a 90's period action flick. It slowly unravels the story of Carol Danvers as we get to discover her past just as she does and mysteries are solved and plot twists are introduced. The audience also gets to learn about more characters we have seen before and the de-aging process really shines in this movie. Brie Larson shines as Carol Danvers and her Oscar winning actress ability is present throughout the movie. The movie does have several themes of female empowerment which resonate through the entire runtime and provides a solid foundation for a strong hero that will populate Marvels Cinematic Universe as it's most powerful hero for 6 more movies and possibly 7 to 10 years more. Don't listen to negative hype from predominantly enraged dudebro misogynists as this movie is solid, entertaining and worthy of its runtime and a slick entry leading up to Avengers Endgame.