Bad Boys for Life
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Overall story was interesting enough to make this a good watch. I love movies that play with questions of morality and this one did so very well. I understand some performances are intentionally less genuine than others, but that doesn't excuse sloppy sound design. Over all I actually really liked this movie, it sure as hell wasn't boring.
It was fun. Not amazing but fun. There are a lot of aspects that don't make sense and some canonical explanations that seem shoehorned in, but there were enough interesting side aspects that helped cinematically expand part of the star wars universe that previously received no screen time. Surprisingly Han is the least interesting character where as the side characters (for the most part) are great! L3 was the character I was most excited about and also the most annoyed with. Wish that droid was cut from the movie entirely. Definitely go see it, but don't take it seriously.
Started out pretty great. Thought the movie was amazing ... until the ending was revealed. Don't get me wrong the ending was hilarious ... but they could have gone a much better direction.
This movie is a perfect example of what not to do when making a zombie film. Between the inconsistently awful villains, poor understanding of science, cringey child under/over acting, and complete lack of common knowledge from all characters this movie is at the very least not boring but one of the worst zombie films I've seen.