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Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw is the 9th film in the Fast & Furious franchise, and this time around we have a spin off to the franchise. I have to be honest here, and say that i'm not a fan of the Fast & Furious films. They are not mind kind of entertainment. However, with this spin off, it looked different than the usual over the top car racing sequences that all of the films have provided fans since 2001's The Fast and The Furious. I didn't think that Hobbs and Shaw was great, actually I didn't even think it was good either. It was mediocre. The performances were nothing to special as well as the writing which is mostly the problem with Hobbs and Shaw. This film can get from over the top to at times pretty boring; and at one point I was hoping for the movie to end. Here's what I appreciated; I liked that this film as to all the other movies was not about car racing and it didn't give me a long, extended, frenzy sequences of characters jumping from a car to a building. The last fight sequences was horrible, and I was hoping for the to finish. If you guys are a fan of the franchise, I recommend seeing this. If you wanna just enjoy yourself for 2 1/2 hours then go see it. Other than that, I would suggest seeing Hobbs and Shaw.
Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood is the 9th film by writer/director Quentin Tarantino. Quentin Tarantino is one of the most influential directors of all time with his film Pulp Fiction changing the way we view movies. Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood isn't Tarantino's best not his worst film either. If you are fan of the mans work than I definitely recommend you go see this film. If you are a big fan of Hollywood in the late 60s than I would recommend it because there will be some references to film and TV of that era that you might enjoy. If you are not a fan of Tarantino or his work at all than I'd probably stay away from this movie because Tarantino does shy away from his creativity at all in here. I myself am a fan of Tarantino and his work, and I liked this movie. It's not one of my favorite from him, but it's still a good film that I will see again!
It was great film!!! Definitely an improvement over the previous film; Spider Man: Homecoming. Spider Man: Far From Home was action packed, entertaining, funny, and is everything you'll want out of a summer superhero movie!!