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Blade Runner 2049 is an excellent film worthy of its predecessor. The acting is great. Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Jared Leto, and everyone else in the film was great. It's best to go into the film without knowing anything about the plot. I didn't know anything, and it was rewarding. I was engaged throughout its long runtime. The film is nearly three hours long, but I was never bored. Denis Villenueve is an excellent director, and it shows. The film looks absolutely beautiful. Roger Deakins' cinematography is amazing. The film looks stunning. Overall, the film was amazing. In some ways, it actually surpasses the original film. I loved Villenueve's work before, and I love it even more now.
Gerald's Game is a very entertaining Stephen King adaptation. The performances in the film are great. Carla Gugino is excellent in her role. Brice Greenwood was also great in his role. Mike Flanagan has proven himself to be a talented director, with films sic as Oculus, Ouija 2, and Hush. Here, he succeeds again. The film entertained me throughout. The film is definitely a character study of Gugino's character. The film definitely succeeds as a psychological thriller. And the gore pays off towards the end. Unfortunately, after the gore, the film keeps going. The ending is just dumb. It would've been more satisfying if the film ended about 10 minutes earlier. Still, the film is very good. Overall, this is an entertaining psychological thriller with great performances but a lackluster ending.
American Made is a solid and enjoyable movie. Tom Cruise excels in his role. His performance is great. The rest of the cast was fine, but Cruise definitely steals the show. The story is very entertaining. I was interested throughout, and always wondered what would happen next. The film was very fun to watch. Unfortunately, the film has flaws. Sometimes, Doug Liman's direction didn't work. The way he shot it was unnecessarily shaky at times. Also, the film doesn't do anything to reinvent the genre. Overall, this is another entertaining Tom Cruise movie, for better or worse. It is entertains and very fun. It isn't perfect, but it's very enjoyable.
mother! is one hell of a film. Darron Aronofsky is a masterful director. The cast is all top notch. Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris, and Michelle Pfeiffer all give excellent performances. There are also surprise cameos from people I won't spoil that was entertaining. It is best to go into this film without knowing anything. The trailers make it look like a horror/thriller, but it's not. It is a metaphor and an allegory. The film starts off slow, but then goes bananas in the last act. The film is very divisive, and I see why. The film is very controversial. The film feels a little pretentious at times, but other than that it's great. Overall, I'm not going to go into any more details. Just go see this movie. Whether you love it or hate it, it'll have you talking.
It is an entertaining film with fun moments and good characters. The actors in the film were very good. The child actors were great. Bill Skarsgard was also great as Pennywise. The film develops the characters very well. You cared and were invested in them. The film unfortunately falters more during the horror sections. The film isn't particularly scary. There were moments, but most weren't as effective as they should've been. The film shows Pennywise too much. It takes away from the mystery. The film also felt a little too long. Overall, this isn't the most inventive horror movie out there. But it is damn entertaining. This is a fun movie that everyone should enjoy.