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I May Destroy You
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This is so good/enjoyable. This is what I think a good horror movie should be. Enough cheap jump scares, let's get to what lies underneath. Characters are so well fleshed out, especially the villains, Rebecca Ferguson is absolutely amazing. This doesn't feel like a tacked on story, it feels like what would really happen to Danny and his story is so human it's great. The child actor in this is surprisingly fantastic. I know the trailer looked like it was going to ride cheap nostalgia but no, it's like 2 hours of super good story with some nostalgia in the finale but by then it's well earned and it actually makes so much sense to the story as to why they go back.
Lot of great actors that I love, but too many honestly. I don't remember anyone's name and the way they presented the timeline was fairly confusing. The first quarter was suuuper bad CGI so bad. It got better after that but still felt like this was a movie that should've come out like 8 years ago. Don't get me wrong, it's a lot of work to do what they did, it's a huge scale movie, but if it doesn't look natural, our minds just get distracted by it. I still love true story movies and this topic was something I barely knew anything about,so I like that aspect. Makes me want to learn more. Just a reminder as to why our Veterans deserve so much more than a 'free soft drink with purchase' on Veteran's Day
I love Linda Hamilton and Arnold but even they couldn't save this movie I mean wow. Why even make this movie, it's the same as T2 but worse in every aspect. CGI is pretty awful, story is painfully the same, lines are sophomoric. Also what is it with directors nowadays that they want to ruin franchise characters that we've known and loved for so long. The first 5 min of the movie ruins it for most Terminator fans. And then 2/3 the way through ruins more Terminator things like just stop. And why did the bad guy look like a manager at your local CFA. Idk just bleh
It's a long one, but I enjoyed it and wasn't bored at all. I love the dive into the noir, period piece, things aren't always as they seem at first kind of story. Great actors, interesting mystery even if a little confusing towards the end. The music is great. Could've relied less on narration though, too much there. It really did a good on setting up characters for me and had a hard message on power and the people who hold it.
Why was this movie made. I haven't seen 'Training Day' in years but I still remember like 4 whole scenes that came straight from it. This wanted to be an updated version of that movie and it's title fooled you into thinking it would delve more into the racial issues that they basically shy away from it the whole time. This could've been something cool but they wrote it with kid gloves and a 'Training Day' DVD. So many great actors that could've brought this movie to bigger heights if they actually tried to create some discussion around racism and the dialogue wasn't so basic. I gave Tyrese Gibson crap from F&F but he's actually really good in this.