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I May Destroy You
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Relies too much on the shock value of having young tweener kids dropping F bombs; it gets tired really quickly. It's all just so over the top and hyperactive; trying too hard to be funny. In the end I didn't find it funny at all.
One of the best historical epics ever - and Academy Award winner for Best Movie & Best Actor for Russell Crowe. The production design and scale is amazing; the action is visceral and raw with mostly practical effects; and the acting is all Oscar-worthy across the board. It's also got some of the most quotable lines in film history.
It feels like a Frankenstein film or a jigsaw puzzle stitched together where all the pieces don't fit together. It's obvious that it's been torn apart in two different directions by two directors with significantly varying tones and styles. I quite enjoyed the first half of the film; but the second half just falls apart. Everything feels rushed and harshly edited and the CGI (especially on Steppenwolf) is unforgivably bad. It feels like all the pieces were there to make a fantastic film. Lets hope the Snyder Cut brings justice to these characters.
Such a huge ambitious crossover of all the DC characters; yet they manage to pull it off quite well with each character having their moment to shine. I also appreciated the maturity to show gory violence. Voice acting is solid across the board; story is serviceable enough although nothing special; but the plethora of characters makes it a must-see for DC fans.
Some great action (albeit pretty mindless) and some really creative camera work. But when there's no action it's dull as dirt. Characters are under-written with boring dialogue. Chris Hemsworth is great as Tyler Rake (dumbest name ever); but overall a forgettable film.