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Deadpool
Deadpool (2016)
5 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

While Deadpool is funny and filled with spectacular action and comedy, it is not without its flaws.

The R rated stuff, while funny and good, at times felt a bit forced into the movie just to please the fans to make sure its R rated because it wants to be. The film, while it does make fun of the superhero movie tropes, it still follows the superhero movie "formula". I would also think that there will be moments that feel A BIT sexist towards women who will watch this movie. And also, DON'T LET CHILDREN SEE THIS MOVIE! Also, there was a few comedy that wasn't my type of comedy, PERSONALLY.

Nevertheless, Ryan Reynolds is perfect as Deadpool, with the rest of the cast doing a good job. The tie-ins with the X-Men universe were also pretty cool.

So while I don't think its as perfect as everyone is saying it is, the movie is still an enjoyable watch.

Ready Player One
5 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Ready Player One is very much a blast to watch. The film has mixed messages in the way it portrays pop culture fans, and it doesn't have as much character and world development as much as you want it to. However, you can't deny that Spielberg is a master of adventure thrill rides.

Avengers: Infinity War
29 days ago via Flixster

(8.5/10)
Avengers: Infinity War is an unrelenting thrill ride of action-packed spectacle. Thanos is easily the best antagonist of the MCU, with genuine moral depth and intimidation (Ebony Maw is also a stand-out). Many characters shine brightly in this film, while others are wasted or used poorly (at least in the theatrical cut). The screenplay has a few problems with exposition, logic and a few tonal shifts. Alan Silvestri's score is incredible, the 2.5 hour running time felt shockingly quick to my pleasant surprise, and the ending is powerfully impactful. Avengers: Infinity War is nevertheless an overwhelming and ambitious blockbuster extravaganza that is the beginning of an even greater culmination for the MCU.

Spider-Man: Homecoming
29 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Spider-Man: Homecoming is on par with the previous Spider-Man films. Tom Holland and Michael Keaton shine as the hero and villain this film. Humor is used in the right places, and the film has great character moments. The story could have been given more substance and consequences, and there's nothing particularly special about the film's direction. Spider-Man: Homecoming is sleek and exciting, and a satisfying re-introduction of Spidey into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.