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First thing, the imagery in this movie is very impressive ! Each frame is a real piece of art. The acting is incredible, specially concerning Ryan Gosling in one scene in particular (if you've seen the movie, you know which one it is). I have to admit that I had to prepare myself to see this movie when learned it lasted almost 3 hours, but the slow pace is great in order to let you absorb the setting and the visuals. Nonetheless, the movie could have been shorter without compromising the tone or pacing. I'm very happy with this sequel! I was worried at first that they could do something really bad, but they ended up doing something REALLY good !
A cute story of following one's dreams and achieving his/her goals in spite of a rough upbringing. This plot line has been done over and over since the dawn of time, but Leap! remains a well executed animation with characters you can relate to. Nothing revolutionary but efficient none the less. The animation capitalizes on the "Paris post card" kind of feel.
A great War movie set in the Star Wars universe. The characters are well fleshed out, the special effects are (as expected) incredible. The storyline is predictable, but this is unavoidable considering it takes place between episode 3 and 4. Although I'm still conflicted about the purpose of this movie in the franchise (asides pleasing the fans), it remains a solid, good movie.
Story wise, don't expect too much, but I think this could be said for most superhero films (aka, beat the big bad guy). The main interest is in seeing the interactions between the superheroes, which is quite pleasant. Specially everything involving The Flash ! The rhythm is okay for what the plotline sets. I'm not happy with the special effects though... It's below what we could expect from this type of production. Stay for the end credits though, both of them! Enjoyable movie, but nothing extraordinary
I was pleasantly entertained by the movie. The most noticeable difference between this and the 2 previous Thor movies is the use of humor and a full out Kirby style setting. The relationship between Thor and Loki still stands out and keeps evolving in each movie, I particularly liked it. The humor, although makes Thor look a bit OOC sometimes, is well placed and helps the story to move forward (unlike with guardians of the galaxy vol 2). Character arcs are great overall. The only low point is the villain. Kate Blanchette is great, but her character is very cliché and 2 dimensional. A bit of a waste, imho. Other than that, great movie !