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It's hard to learn a sequel because only other people have worked on it. But that does not have to mean anything if just a few funny effects a funny story and the movie is passable.
This is all except passable
(As the Nostalgia Critic had said)
This is not only one of the worst sequels with some of the most terrifying nightmare-indexing images that this movie not only lists the worst sequels but also the worst movies ever.
It is so ugly, so badly done, that alone by calling the title in most viewers post-traumatic stress disorders can be triggered.
It's loud, it's disgusting, it's not funny, it does not make sense + it has some of the worst CGI effects in history.
These visual abominations are so intricate in such a reckless and disagreeable story that it is absolutely frightening that people actually dared to publish it as a "family movie".
Every moment of this film is a test of endurance that asks how much of your senses we can attack before you hate all humanity.
It's nonstop annoying, non-stop idiotic, non-stop terrifying.
This movie is a son of something, but definitely not "The Mask".
The Wachowskis, after their matrix success, tried to replicate the style of the ideas as well as some other elements of it, unfortunately they did not quite succeed. (and although this movie was produced only by and by them, it has all its fingerprints on it and no identity of its own that makes it relatively hard to enjoy the movie.)
It's a shame I really like the title and I always wanted to see my movie with a different kind of hitman (2016 video game).
At first it looks nice, but I wonder how much blood there is in a human body and I forget how hard human bones should be because I do not think you can cut a blade with it as if it were Paper. And if there are so many blood effects due to excessive violence then you should either overdo it for blood so it gets funny as with Quentin Tarantino or just enough blood to make it look dangerous but not so that the whole wall gets sucked in at the otherwise unrealistic and that is effective.
I like the fact that the washhouse Defender want to try something new and would be against the Hollywood standard, you see alone from their unusual Kerstin ideas their sometimes questionable narrate structures or the experiment all decisions in image editing.
But with all the love for such courageous ideas I find it hard to think positively about the movie because I have disturbed these loads of esoteric pretty, these very stupid do not say because words speak very strong to the "Senci guinea pig" from Power Rangers Ninja Storm recalled the Kamps tendons that sometimes recall a hip-hop video from the early 2000's or the weird Ninja Academy better portrayed in 100 other films, including Power Rangers.
I love material doctor movies because of their fight scene and training montages. At first and in some cases the last ones are all interesting and EPT deep the training methods he remembers torture is probably that was also the point of the film and on the whole it is not fun to watch.
I do not even want to pick the educational stuff about the Asian culture or the myth of the ninjas, I'm sure every Wikipedia schicke will do a better job.
Too fuzzy for a Marshall Doctor movie, too uninteresting for an action movie and too stupid for an educational film.
There are, however, two positive aspects that I would like to mention: firstly I like the cast when you see a lot of movies, then you start to notice that all the people in the movies somehow look the same or always embody the same people, so it's interesting to see other people to see or to see people that you do not see every day and sometimes movie actors to look like your neighbors or people you could just meet on the street.
and secondly the plotters I see the stories narration and the actual content and the places where most of the plays is because a little something else because unfortunately a lot of film and television is always tailored to the American market and for us Central Europeans that is unbearable because it is always related to all the idioms and customs people do not understand at all who never drive in America. Here we just have the same thing with China, I like it.
Definitely one of the best animated films I've seen in my life.
I was quite young when I saw him for the first time and I have to admit I was thrilled from the first second.
I was very young when I saw the movie for the first time and I have to admit that I probably did not understand half of it. Because some things simply fly over the heads of the youth that's why it's so much fun to watch such films again a few years later when you can enjoy them again with a completely different look, but it was still presented interesting enough that he aroused the interest of one.
(PS: For a change we have a movie without a villain but just people with different opinions and views)
I'm pretty impressed with love, music and animation. I do not think it's too bad that we have too much 3D animation movies but most movies and I mean films in general are bland and they're just too different.
This topic already looks like a lost art because such films are no longer made these days.
If you made a live-action movie out of it then only Steven Spielberg would have the talent and experience to get close to this result. With a "PG-13"? I'm not 100% sure because we know that Spielberg can also press on the violence Tube, when I think of the scenes in which the robot goes rampage, I wonder if Spielberg would hold back nowadays.
Brad Bird is just an artist and a genius. Not only do we have a movie with a realistic kids character that is not a bit annoying, but we have real family drama but not the embarrassing way of today's reality TV of all Kardashian scrap, proper social criticism but the message of the movie is not going to be that extreme beaten whit a Sledgehammer so that it is the movie enjoyment in the way. And I was fascinated as a little boy by the mother (Annie Hugher).
As a child, I have seen very few animated films because I find them just too childish, uninteresting and too good. Besides, the constant musical numbers just annoyed me. Thankfully, this movie has none of this * and I love it *.
(Of course not every movie needs sex, violence and cussing
but not every movie has to be like a fairy tale)
I have never had to cry at a movie, but this is one of the few movies where not much is missing to open my locks.
However, my heart always is.
This is one of the smartest movies I've ever seen in my life.
Unfortunately, he is a dying race, both in terms of style and genre, one more reason to keep the movie in his honor and show it to as many people as possible.
I thank you for your criticism and your super interesting videos quieter more often videos about movies from the nostalgia department I'm curious what other people say about it and if maybe there is not one or the other movie of which I have not heard.