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Glad to watch on Amazon Prime this 2 hour insanity into the world of the Joker where Gotham city is ruled by wealthy white supremacy. Classic boast-wealth stereotype is Batman's father who seems to act like I am rich and superior and sees a majority of poor-class citizens mostly white people as idiot clowns. As for the Joker himself, the laughter is still in its early stages of insanity not quite there yet where clothing will become more varied in fashion as his character progresses into becoming a crime lord with powerful leadership over his gang of clown citizens in future life events. I sense another Joker movie sequel /*\
Most impressive vehicle stunt technology is the motorcycle and I would have expected more of it by that enemy terminator in the grand finale in Samoa - probably my minor suggestion if I was director/ writer of the movie simply because the Fast And Furious franchise is based mainly on fast advanced vehicles with ridiculous deadly stunt scenes in scenic famous sites. Well worth seeing it in 4K either on bluray format or Amazon Prime with comedic unforgiving-friendly Hobbs and Shaw.
Probably what's missing ingredient is some animal gymnastics on how to defeat the enemy humorously, such as monkeys throwing nuts at these hoodlums, or anything on the dinner table to make the audience lose their marbles. Visually very stunning if watched on a 4K TV.
Spectacular snowy mountain scenes, reminds me of National Geographic with amazing high definition photos - scenes like this in the movie just prevents me from thinking negative thoughts and fears about animal ferocity, knowing for sure that it is just a board game/ video game and hopefully none of these animals get to escape into the real world, for example, in a football stadium full of spectator sports fans that love cheering their football heroes, or enter a funpark like Disneyland creating all kinds of havoc and destruction. For now, definitely excellent for 4K bluray for 4K lovers of high definition besides those who still like DVD or 2k bluray, especially the characters with their changing funny multi-racial/ male or female hero avatars that seem much more stupidity than usual.
Watched cinema movie with friend this morning during these Christmas public holidays. The Sith can be impossible to defeat - but if these galactic terrorists survive and behave like one giant hive of bees in one place, on a single uncharted planet, then they can be doomed if out-numbered, not by minimal numbers of surviving Jedi activists, but by also non-Jedi planet civilians, ordinary alien citizens of a too-vast Star Wars universe, no Sith can see nor supervise. The movie is like giant jigsaw puzzle of plot scenes that don't make much sense because you get carried away with constant action and character drama, with very little scenes of serenity or calmness where feelings of spiritual love and family are involved, trying not to fall asleep during these short quiet scenes. It will definitely take more than just one viewing to experience the whole film, definitely for fans who want to re-visit the cinema or wait for the DVD/ 2K/ 4K bluray release. The battle finale is not as colorful and bright on a sunny day like the forest battle in Return Of The Jedi - very gloomy monochromatic blue-black battle scenery so we don't get to see true color detail definition of ships, aliens and clothing wear. Nevertheless I definitely believe that the Sith cannot be destroyed - as long as the Jedi survive, so that means that the Star Wars franchise must persist hopefully with colorful detailed daylight battles where everything is not revealed in night-time dark scenery /*\
Taking horror from a child's art and craft view like the paper chain people, is like a politically correct zombie world, but in this nightmarish world on reality Earth, they are not your typical blood-thirsty zombie from other horror movies. They can act as normal human beings that seemed genetically evolved into intelligent beings, and as for those that appear to be a mirror of themselves, it looks like they are still unintelligent and still in their animal instinct stage of zombie life. Pretty ridiculous and bizarre way of seeing it but that's how this horror universe is not meant to be logical in a 21st century technological society of a parallel zombie modern Earth.
Difficult not to watch this cinema-style action movie, as some romantic teenage scenes do remain short and peppered between battlefight scenes which are mostly daylight scenes as colour in visual effects can be dull and almost two monochrome basic colours for many scifi movies, but this movie definitely delivers colour-some visual effects for most of the film. But there is no obvious director camera direction-style effect like James Cameron's use of slow motion and musicality towards these slow motion scenes. But future seems promising for more Spiderman movies for fans who love supervillains hellbent on global terrorism
From a reality view of Dumbo being an infant and how it reacts emotionally like a real baby elephant with human friend and enemy, minus the human personality in animals that communicate their reaction to the human world of good and evil from the cartoon classic- it can feel that this is not the Dumbo full of emotional reaction with human and non-humans we would expect from the cartoon classic which unfortunately is not for all Dumbo fans who love Dumbo from a reality animal view rather than from those who love Dumbo's reaction with human and talking animals view. Excellent fibre optic internet home streaming on Disney + channel app.
Definitely suited to an audience that loves large scale manmade technology seen through Chinese imagination - and the Netflix film does leave you wondering whether they had a supercomputer that would know all large and small planets of our solar system, to warn mankind not to approach too closely to any planet with unknown gravitational pull forces, similar to approaching asteroids or meteors. Probably minus setback as their is no villain terrorist that would endanger the mission global rollercoaster ride
Difficult to find a sci-fi movie that has the word 'constant' in every category you can think of - like daylight action scenes were just as plentiful as night time action scenes, vehicle chase scenes were plentiful, plenty of slow motion camera action scenes, sound effects and electronic music. I don't think my 75 inch LG 4K TV with decent medium premium high definition HDR technology would show much depth in colour and detail of this film. Maybe the next-gen 8K TV will show how much it would really look like once 8K bluray players become available
Suits audience that is more character-driven than more monster-driven, as dialogue seems to create a pause between monster scenes as if the audience needs a break from horror action scenes to cure fear of sharks. Depending on what audio surround sound system if you got 'bigger is better' if you like movies with more punch in sound effects. Decent flick on Netflix to pass the time
Difficult to watch because human emotion becomes so involved with our superheroes, we forget that they are really invincible characters with no time to waste on feeling negative whatever human emotion we living beings experience here on Earth. This finale of a movie forces your mind not to want your favorite heroes to end as it written by somebody else, but it forces your mind to write your own story of how your superheroes should end, in fact, there should be no negative ending at all because superheroes in our minds never die - absolutely invincible, never waste time on being emotional, always positive, never showing any feelings of weakness or vulnerability, especially showing no old age at all. If I had it my way, I would have every superhero go through a genetic mutation superpower combination so that they will have all the powers shared with all the superheroes showing combo-superpowers mirrored by their own Avenger partners.
There hasn't been an underwater Game of Thrones kind of drama for TV series or even a movie. This superhero movie is definitely courageous enough to create this submarine ancient-long supernatural underwater world and those with high-tech 4K premium 2019 model TVs would definitely enjoy the dazzling visuals and audio effects of this movie, even though most of the scenes are over-the-top swarming with marine creature battle scenes that seem much more than kaleidoscopic rather than catastrophic - probably deliberate just to make you don't feel down in the dumps or feel depression-like fear as if you dropped in an endless dark abyss /*\;,.
Appealing to teenage intelligence, to see a team of superheroes against a supervillain with powers that seem to come from a one-man-band type of villain Thanos, even though his supervillains are only a few compared to the more than a dozen superheroes with powers combined that seem more than enough to wipe out thousands of enemy creatures with no supervillain powers, and as an adult point of view, I would have expected so many supervillains with powers to match or better the superheroes - that is the downside if Thanos wanted to watch a giant areana of superheroes versus superheroes with endless variety of battle-fighting techniques
Probably beats most repeat movies on Netflix, Amazon Prime and so on for a haunted house with a mansion subterranean Jurassic zoo, but it lacks famous world location visits. Maybe I am comparing Mission Impossible Fallout because I bought both bluray movies at special discount which is unfair I guess. Definitely character similarity to Indiana Jones, although skills were extremely limited with a lack of life-saving equipment like a knife blade, rope and whip besides an enemy's gun. Dino fights are mainly raptors gene-created but not really towards Resident Evil's zombie living dead - otherwise it would be rated PG 16 if it was called Zombie Jurassic World
Difficult to experience the full visual and audio experience of this slow-paced grim future film because of budget-priced LG 65 inch 4K TV and Yamaha 5 speaker mini-system, while 4K movie is played through Panasonic 4K player. The electronic music and sound effects definitely city atmospheric, even though my budget large screen 4K TV with HDR bright contrast and colour is trying hard to match the dull-coloured city evening with an almost non-existent economy and employment peaceful atmosphere
Definitely watchable if you are David Attenborough BBC Planet Earth fan because there are marine animal scenes that have never been captured on camera, although fleeting, the realistic CGI with marine animal with human teenage survivor is definitely worth it if you haven't seen a whale feed on seafood in the middle of the night. Would have liked to see more of his aquatic skills by diving and swimming with the dolphins - or maybe some sea turtle looking for a ride by hitchhiking on his flimsy lifebuoy craft. Technically up there like Avatar, although Avatar had abundance of a variety of alien and animal species - but the story of survival with little marine animal species told is seen from the author's imagination. Visually excellent with Panasonic's 4K player showing Full HD upscale of the 2D bluray movie through LG 65 inch 4K TV - and loud clear DTS audio through Yamaha 5 speaker home theatre mini system
Entirely fan-based fantasy horror where fans love Hayek in multi-faceted feminine powerful elements: heroism, self-defence intelligent tactics, while psychologically powerful in keeping fear and anxiety from interfering her strong determination to survive inside some worthless drug-prostitution-ridden department building::
Reading the subtitles is like reading a comic as I watch the 4K bluray movie played through the Panasonic 4K player on my budget-priced 65" LG 4K TV. Batman dominates with his rich toy vehicle and aircraft both luxury and invention that makes up his lack of superhuman powers. All the other heroes have their brief life backgrounds. Cinematography is a memory collection of artistic scenes probably too brief to be remembered or be discovered such as the geometry shapes of building structures. The villain is like some Thor copycat villain from a Thor movie with Hulk-like invincible features, probably thrilling to first-time teenager but not to a middle-aged adult like myself who thinks that the villain is half badass.
I would have to be 10 years old as a young boy so excited about the Star Wars universe, to watch Star Wars for the first time where technology has that fashion and style that isn't the 70's or 80's old school sense of humor, this being 2010s where evil becomes more like breaking the ice, becoming angry is the new style instead of smiling and being a polite stereotype - be angry, swear if you have to we aint first-time strangers unless I suffer memory loss not knowing who you are kind of we aint perfect but we move forward to be polite in public places like school or workplace. Being middle aged at 54, I can see employment of all kinds in this movie- people need to work to survive without losing their marbles and doing time in the mental hospital or prison. Still it's better than watching Netflix movie or TV show that doesn't have many people employed in the film indistry /*\;,.