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I have loved The Marx Brothers movies since I was a little kid and A Night at the Opera is one of my favourites. This is a good movie were you can just sit back and not concentrate and have a good laugh. The Marx Brothers are amazing as always and the rest of the cast is good as well. My only nitpick with this is sometimes it looks like they edited something out and the film kind of jumps and does not flow, but that is a little issue. The final act is one of my most favourite final acts out of any movie I have seen. It is so fun and funny. There's not much to say other then this is an extremely funnt movie.
The most praise I can give this movie is Olivia Colman's performance. She did an amazing job in her role. Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz gave really good performances as well. The movie itself was huge letdown. I don't know anything about the director to know what kind of movies he makes and I had not seen any trailers before seeing the movie. I was expecting a serious drama like film. At the start I was trown off because it was going for comedy and sometimes weird comedy. Once I had gotten used to that, it would switch tones to the serious drama and would go back and forth throughout the film. These two tones did not work in one movie. The were some scenes that were meant to be funny but instead made me cringe. Olivia Colman's did a great job as Queen Anne and I don't know much about that queen so i don't known how historically accurate the film shows the character but in the film they had two versions of her. At times she is a childish person and other times she is a person how has clearly suffered great loss. Again, I don't what she was like in real life but I wish the film stuck to one version instead of going back and forth. Emma Stone's character was good for the first half of the film but mid-way through her character makes a huge change that had no clear motivation and the character became very unlikable. The directing was okay although some scenes had a Go-Pro like look to them which I did not like too much, some scenes REALLY dragged on, especially the last scene. The sound track was bad and at times the music felt like it belonged in other movies. The film felt like it was trying to be more then one type of film which made it feel messy. Overall I'd say it is a very bad film with great performances.
The cst is good but unfortunately the movie is not very interesting and not funny. There were so many call backs to the original that made me wish I was watching that. The story was very boring and this movie didn't bring anything new other then having female leads. The cast was good and a times were fun too watch but that is about it.
Mission Impossible Fallout is in my opinion the best in the series. Everybody gives good performance and Herny Cavill is a great addition. It was nice that this film did something new by continuing the story from the previous movie. It had a great plot that you do have to really pay attention to but it is good. The action and stunts a very exciting. My only big complaint is that the final act was a little to predictable and by the numbers. I felt they were playing things too safe and there was more noticeable CGI. Everything up to that was really well done.
Outlaw King was not as good as I had hoped but it was Still enjoyable. Everybody gives a good performance and the action is very well done. I don't no the story that much so I can't say how accurate it is but if it is fairly accurate it is a truely amazing story. The start did feel a bit rushed and messy and most of the stuff in the movie is good but nothing special.