After seeing for a second time this movie is the 2nd best to the original in the franchise. It makes Michael Myers scary again in so many ways. My only issue is the movie could of used time better when establishing certain people and situations but this movie is very fun and I want to see the franchise move forward with this quality.
A deep interpretation of the Star Wars Universe. This movie is about people. It isn't about Star Wars. It's an actual story of these people and how these things effect them and the ones they love. It's about finding their place in the madness of everything and how to come together to win what's fighting for. There is conflict within themselves and the other characters. I personally think their are parts that takes the movie back a little but is brought back up with scenes following. I personally look at these films as trilogy's and whether or not the whole arch is fulfilled. It's hard to do so with each film coming out every 2 years but I really think The last Jedi stands it's ground and offers something different and these movies need that. I don't want to see an Empire type movie because I would just go watch empire. Personally a solid film, may need to be watched twice to catch everything because it does throw a lot st you and a first viewing with someone carrying all those theories and expectations leaves you a little disconnected. 4/5 will see for a third time while in theaters. It's the most different Star Wars story and I have high hopes episode 9 will complement both tfa and talk and this will be a great trilogy.
Rogue One brings a new perspective to the universe that Star Wars has given us. The tone of the movie is perfectly shown with fantastic cinematography and special effects. Some of which will leave your jaw dropping and filled with "wow". You may find yourself losing the spark that the original trilogy gave but this is quickly given new light as this film stands on a solid ground that it builds itself. The characters are fun and you can easily draw on what is going with them being this movie humanizes the Star Wars universe like never before.
Trainwreck follows the Judd Apatow formula, add a bunch of dirty jokes, a lot of witty lines and comebacks, the subtle build up and hilarious punchlines that follow, some heartbreak and emotion, and to top it all off the sense that everything will be ok. Amy Schumer's writing helps this formula come together. She follows her routine of vagina jokes, and her "I'm loose and fine with it". Although the movie could of done away with hundreds of these, and at points of the movie you find yourself with a blank stare hearing all them, Schumer delivers a fantastic performance proving she is more then capable of handling lead roles with her fantastic ability to switch off the humor and bring emotion that feels genuine. Along with the countless cameos including a surprisingly comedic performance by NBA star Lebron James and WWE wrestler John Cena, we get a terrific performance by the hilarious Bill Hader. Hader takes on a whole new role that you usual don't see him do. Hader known for his hilarious character acting on SNL, is able to deliver as a toned down and basic character but also maintain his comedy throughout the film. The movie is quite long for the story which probably could of been cut down a bit, and it may be a movie you won't feel the need to see twice, Trainwreck is worth seeing. I wouldn't rush to the theater but if you ever find yourself bored or willing to wait for the DVD release, take the time to sit down and enjoy the rom-com for what it is.