If the emoji movie wasn't enough, Sony pictures animation needs to stop making crap like this, seriously! They treat the story of Jesus' birth like a joke by sticking in needless celebrity voices and stupid "internet humor." Do yourself a favor and don't waste your money on this!
Do yourself a favor and don't waste your money, because every transformers movie has been the same old thing over and over again. Michael Bay does not deserve our attention so wait until it comes to DVD or something if you're really that interested.
The last Spiderman movie that I legitimately enjoyed was Spiderman 2. This was extremely refreshing to watch after having to sit through the last Spiderman solo film. Tom Holland has truly embraced the character of Peter Parker and he pulled off the role of the leading man really well. Michael Keaton sold me as The Vulture and I don't think he could have done better. The major downside was that the movie had to constantly remind the audience that it still takes place in the same universe as the Avengers. Overall though, it was satisfying to see another good Spiderman film!
The second Guardians movie was just as much fun to watch as the first one! The characters, and not just the members of the team, were explored more and were given great comedic moments. The action scenes were colorful and visually appealing. The aliens and creatures had awesome designs and the music was sure to bring out the nostalgia from most of the audience watching despite it being somewhat distracting. Another solid hit from Marvel!
Finally a super hero movie that does not rely heavily on CGI and multiple subplots to appease the comic book nerds! As Hugh Jackman's last Wolverine film, Logan lived up to all of my expectations! The characters were structured really well and the near future setting was realistic and essential to the story. This film did not shy away from being graphic which I really appreciated, especially for being a film about a guy who literally has metal claws on his fists. It is the best Wolverine movie hands down!
At least this movie had a few funny moments and the Looney Tunes were put to good use. However, the plot, setting, and real life characters weren't really engaging, but at least it was better than Space Jam.
I couldn't think of another better way to end such an amazing trilogy of films! The new planet of the apes films are receiving more recognition and I hope they continue to do so in the years to come. Caesar may be one of the best characters in cinema history because of how much we see him change throughout the trilogy. He is so complex and intriguing that he is sure to keep an audience invested during a two and a half hour film. It is difficult for me to choose which one of the three films is my favorite, but as of right now, this one holds the stakes pretty damn high for me.
Suicide Squad has several flaws to it, but it can still be entertaining at times. A few of the characters were actually pretty fun to watch thanks to the performances of Will Smith and Margot Robbie. But it misses the mark terribly when it jams all of these somewhat unknown character's backstories into it. If people were being introduced to these characters for the first time, they wouldn't care about them. The film is formulaic, unbalanced, and sometimes confusing. By the way, if the Joker wasn't in the film, it wouldn't have affected the plot at all.
A poor representation of the Looney Tunes and Michael Jordan, Space Jam is a horribly dated, unfunny, overly commercialized film. If only everyone can get past their nostalgia for this film and recognize how painfully terrible it is. It has bad acting, bad jokes, and a sexualized female bunny who isn't even a looney toon.
Easily the most visually stunning MCU film to date, Doctor Strange takes on a whole new premise for superhero movies which involves magic and spells. All the actors did great with their roles and the action scenes were extremely inventive. Despite the fact that it followed a familiar plot and the villain was forgettable, it was engaging from start to finish! Keep doing what you're doing, Marvel!
$65 million dollars to make this truckload of *bleep*? I'm not kidding! That's how much money they used up to make the worst animated film of all time! No other movie comes close its that bad! It has the ugliest animation I've ever seen, it doesn't even try to tell a good story, and the whole cast of characters are made up of knock-off brand icons and painfully atrocious stereotypes. If this movie was never made, it would make all of our lives better!
Where do I begin with this film? It's such a beautiful film! The interactions the animals have with each other, the struggles that come their way, and the lessons they learn all play out perfectly in this family film. It knows when to pull on your heartstrings at the right times and it goes to show that live action animal movies can be great if they're done right. This movie makes me cry more as an adult and it's just an all around great family film!
The sad thing is that Hilary Duff was such a charming young actress. She could've played a great Cinderella type of character, but the filmmakers just had to make her a bland, depressed, uninteresting teenager. The story of Cinderella was dumbed down into a stupid teen flick. What really pissed me off was the "prince" character. What a lunkhead! And just like every dumb teen movie, he has to be in a dis functional relationship with the diva of the film. Why does there always have to be a diva?!? There are way better versions of Cinderella out there!
As one of the worst animated movies I've ever seen (and one of the worst movies in general), Eight Crazy Nights has everything I hate about Adam Sandlers films. The only good thing about this is the animation, but I'm not talking about the disturbing images in the animation. I want to apologize to everyone who celebrates Hanukah because this is their only known movie they have. This is one holiday film everyone should avoid and I DO mean everyone!
Courageous is definitely Sherwood's best effort. To all the critics who are scrapping the bottom of the barrel just so they can call it a mess, keep in mind that this was a movie made by a church! While still preachy at times, what they were able to do with this film was still impressive. The main leads are believable and inspiring, the action scenes were well executed, and the message was clear cut. The second half was a little slow, but if a movie can stir my emotions like this one did, they definitely did something right. God bless you Sherwood pictures!