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So, this is the long-awaited sequel to Ant-Man. Was this really the best they could come up with? A scavenger hunt and a game of keep away. Maybe it's just the superhero fatigue talking, but I just found it really boring. And the villain sucks. I'm sorry, but even by MCU standards the Ghost is lame. Literally all she needed to do from the start was go up to Hank Pym and say "I've got unstable molecules, please help me." Then this whole thing could have been avoided.
Not a fan of this one. The whole thing felt very rushed. I'm not one of those "they shoulda done" guys, but they probably should have had the movie take place over a longer period of time. The way it was done, it feels like they handed the title of Sorcerer Supreme to a complete novice. That's not even the only thing he was handed, either. I wanted to see a movie about a clever sorcerer, not a jerk with exceptionally good luck.
It's an MCU movie. What else is there to say? It's alright. Nothing spectacular, just alright. It does exactly what it's supposed to do. It has a very good message we honestly do need to hear more often: "he who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster." It may not be anything we haven't heard before, but it was very timely. Beyond that though, there isn't much else to say really. It's an MCU movie. That's it. It's okay. Not spectacular, not horrible, just okay. And that's okay.
A company of explorers travel to a new world in search of a rare and valuable mineral. The natives of this new world are much more in-tune with nature than the settlers, so much so that they're able to talk to trees. One of the settlers falls in love with the daughter of the native chief, but she's already betrothed to a strong warrior from her tribe. When said strong warrior gets killed by one of the settlers, it sparks a war between the two races, with the two lovers caught in the middle. But in the end, love wins out and the two races are able to find a way to coexist. So all in all, Pocahontas was actually a pretty good movie. ...Wait, what do you mean this isn't the Pocahontas remake?
The lead actress is a robot trying to resemble a human and never quite succeeding. Everything else is generic trite. It's basically a repeat of Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, only worse. Generic chosen one plot with mildly interesting-looking CGI. It has a twist villain who really should not be the villain of this story. Also there's a brief scene that resembles a segment from Fantasia.