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Marvel does it again is becoming quite the repetitive phrase. Tom Holland just hits it out of the park in the film, along with Jake Gyllenhaal who seemed to be having a blast making this film. His performance might have been the highlight of this movie.
The story was unique and fresh, the settings were fun, and as always the comedy blends with action like no other series does. It is a remarkable blend of action and humor. As with all exceptional movies there are scenes that will be talked about way after the film is over.
Samuel L Jackson is great as always in this film. He is so locked in at this point to the role of Fury it is just second nature for the legendary actor. As with all MCU films the story is downright fun. There is nothing else you can really say. You leave the theater feeling like you just wrote a wild roller coaster. Marvel is rolling and this film continues that trend.
A very solid entry into the long and fantastic filmography of Clint Eastwood. It doesn't rank up with his absolute best but it's still very good. The movie could have been much more impactful is what I can be critical of. Right when you thought a dynamic emotional punch was coming, it was halted.
Eastwood was convincing as a 90 year old drug runner who has come on tough times financially and is at ends with his family. The movie just kind of unfolded without an "electric" moment. With all that said it is fun watching Eastwood on the screen still doing what he does best. His directing is solid and he makes you care about the characters in the film which is his greatest strength. A very good movie that could have been much more.
I still recommend this film.
Look...the action is fun...It takes 2 of the biggest action stars of the last 15 years, and has them co headline a movie with fast cars, and...well not a lot more. It is funny at times as the characters share witty dialogue that does amuse.
All that being said the plot is beyond silly and there is no character development. I went into the film just looking for silly action, but it was just too silly.
I will say this, Vanessa Kirby stole the show. She was fantastic and is becoming one of the better actresses in hollywood, especially when it comes to action films. An average film that really had me wanting the end to come sooner.
A fantastic horror film, that investigates deeper themes in a movie that challenges your thoughts topped off with a massive twist. Movies like this that make the viewer think about what just happened on the screen well after the movie is over, are the classics. Movies that make you wonder what the hell happened because you are intrigued by its premise.
Lupita Nyong'o is breathtaking and delivers one of the better performances I have seen in a horror film, and really film this decade. She is locked in, believable, and just damn fantastic.
The movie really does not have a dull moment, and blends interesting music to gory scenes that give it a hip spin.
Jordan Peele knocks this puppy out of the park in a movie I rank just slightly above get out.
While it is not one of the better in the series, it is not all terrible. The movie shines with Fassbender on the screen, as the others have seemed to mail it in. The biggest disappointment is Jessica Chastain's performance. There is no depth to her character. She is just there and we really do not know why. They could have done so much more with this character. When we view the central character, we were introduced to the Phoenix force abruptly in a silly matter, and it just did not click. The only saving grace was the climax train sequence which brought this film up a star. It was a good action sequence, and a good finish to an overall below average film.
X men deserved better.