Bad Boys for Life
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Tarantino's failure here is that he is wrapped up in his own hubris. Is this a bad movie? No. Is it a good movie? Again, no. Is it boring? Yes. This movie could have been cut in half and it would have still been boring.
He basically took a bunch of scenes, stitched them together, and created a poorly paced movie with some nonsensical elements. It's like it's the cutting room floor version of all his other movies put into this movie.
I'd wait until it hits Netflix. Don't waste your money on this one.
I was pleasantly surprised by this. It started a little weak and it took about 20 minutes to find it's groove, but once it did, it came together super well. I was floored this was actually one of the better superhero movies I've seen.
I strongly suggest this one.
I have one word for you, BORING. It's about as fun as an Excel Spreadsheet. All the characters are bland and boring, the plot is completely nonsensical, and there is no character building or character arcs to speak of.
Do you want to watch a spreadsheet in movie format? Then this is the movie for you. If you are looking for something entertaining, find something else.
It was a fun flick. While not perfect, it was a fun romp with an AI Chucky that is out for blood.