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Max
Max (2015)
4 days ago via Movies on iPhone

The dog was the best actor in the movie- good intentions, but a poorly written script, thinly drawn characters, and some bad acting really bring things down.

Assassin's Creed
30 days ago via Movies on iPhone
½

Super disappointing, forgettable, and at times incoherent. I truly wanted this film to be good, but ah well. I guess the age of the terrible video game movies continues.

The Great Wall
30 days ago via Movies on iPhone
½

This film is inventive in its costuming and design, but also incredibly generic when it comes to everything else. I also greatly appreciated the lack of romance (Many films are getting better about not sandwiching it in), but the characters are mainly caricatures and pretty stock. An good Redbox movie.

Spider-Man: Homecoming
30 days ago via Movies on iPhone

This movie does two things beautifully- crafting a Spider-Man movie that somehow finds a ton of fresh material even though it's the third reboot in a decade, and differentiating itself from the rest of the Marvel Universe through its titular character. I also enjoyed a lot of the changes that were made- there aren't a ton of money problems constantly focused on (Tony could certainly help with that), he's not graduating in this film or the next, and the alteration of some of the characters from the source material (Ned, Flash, etc.) were all great. Plus that post credits scene. Amazing.

Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman (2017)
30 days ago via Movies on iPhone

As a straight white male, it's about time we had both a female superhero movie and a D.C. movie that I actually enjoy watching. Fantastic acting, and I love that Chris Pine's character played second fiddle to Wonder Woman while also not being emasculated and having a great arc of his own. I truly wish the women in superhero movies were all similar (we're gettin there) but this movie is fantastic. Diana's beginnings are not only great to look at, but a true marvel (here's looking at you No Man's Land scene). Would definitely recommend.