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I May Destroy You
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It’s seriously like they asked a kid what the plot should be. This seriously could have been the movie of the decade but really failed.
Animation is amazing but the story didn’t leave me wanting to see it again.
While being realistically rendered, it misses all the beats that make you feel the characters are real. If this was the first time seeing any of these characters I would have no emotional attachment to them in the slightest but the original makes you feel for them and care about their wants and desires.
you don't have to have derogatory language and over the top violence in every movie. Why do these animated movies feel like they have to have it too?
Starting to feel like a Spider-Man movie.
Really neat to see Pokemon in the real world but ultimately the story was not thought out. You have to turn your brain off to enjoy the plot.
I enjoyed it though not my favorite film BUT I think they deserve an academy award for special achievement. It truly is amazing what they accomplished. For decades to come people will study what they did. Marvel, a company that declared bankruptcy in 1996, had to sell off some of its known characters and now has a fighting chance to own the highest grossing film of all time built from their lesser known characters. I don't believe another shared universe will ever succeed the way Marvel did.
Footnote: I think the people who need to learn the biggest lesson from this is Star Wars and Disney. When they bought Marvel they said "keep doing what you're doing" and the passionate heads at Marvel succeeded in their long term goal of giving fans something truly satisfying, but when Disney bought Star Wars Disney said "let's do whatever, because people will pay money no matter what" and then they made that terrible movie.
It's been a week and I'm still very torn if I liked the ending or not. It was definitely the funniest toy story movie and definitely the most gorgeous but all the lessons the last 3 movies taught were thrown out the window.
Also my theory as to why it took place at a fair is so the Disneyland ride is relevant.
It was a little slow, especially towards the end, like not enough butter spread across too much bread, but in the end it was enjoyable. Sad that there won't be sequels though.
The premise is so interesting and it's so disappointing the the climax has nothing to do with the plot.
So funny. So clever. So many quotable lines. Great Muppet adaptation of a classic. My only regret is that it didn’t have a higher budget. So many shots are so tight on the characters that it feels low budget sometimes. But I love love love this movie.
The first movie of this series was AMAZING! But the sequels never lived up to it.
The movie had no humans in it. All the “people” they are in it are watching an elephant fly and sit there unaffected. No one will make fun of a flying elephant.
Make or female lead, if your main character is smug, prideful and unrelatable then its not going to be fun. The movie dragged on too.