Toy Story 4
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Witty and hilarious high school comedy that redefines what a teen comedy should be. It takes the stereo-types that are so prevalent in typical films of the genre and and turns them on their ear. At the center is two of the most fleshed out misfits I've seen in a long time. A very pleasant surprise for me with this movie.
Keanu Reeves certainly has managed to resurrect his carer with the "John Wick" movies. He feels at home in playing the part. The films have progressed in their complexity and fight choreography. The third installment manages to keep entertaining. It's always easy to watch for the over-the-top gory fighting. I left the theater glad I saw it, but I also felt like the story hadn't progressed all that much. Despite the excess of blood, I still felt undernourished.
From the opening moments of "The Perfect Date" the end result is an obvious foregone conclusion. These romcoms seem to always end up just as you might suspect. The big surprise here is how enjoyable the well traveled journey often is. The film is filled with wonderful little moments, and two very pleasing leads. It makes you forget, at least a little, that we've all seen this story before.
This is just not one of the better Stephen King stories. The older movie wasn't very good and this one seems to give us more chuckles than real thrills. It's just not very scary.
Jordan Peele does it again. While I was not as absorbed in "Us" as much as I was in "Get Out", this film is still an original and worthwhile thriller. Peele is best at setting up an interesting story that keeps the viewing guessing. His twists work. They don't feel thrown in like a M. Night Shamalyn movie.