Spider-Man: Far From Home
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Wasn't convinced the first time, but upon a second watch, it did manage to be special. The comedic timing sometimes fails to deliver as well as some motivations and characters arcs; choreographies aren't that well done and some acting is lacking. Beautiful visuals though and bless Rocket and Groot; potentially the best part of this movie. That ending still kills me painfully though.
I understand why most people aren't able to enjoy this movie, but I'm not one of them. This movie is odd in all the right ways, great editing, great visual storytelling, great atmosphere, potentially great story: unfortunately it got cut really short and as consequence it's just pervaded by conveniences. Still, I'll commend the intent.
Definitely imaginative, the story just doesn't hold out that well overall. Kevin Costner does a particularly bad job at acting here too.
Definitely a timeless Disney cult classic.
Probably a movie more enjoyed by Hellblazer fans, Constantine is a different take on it, but it is still a Hellblazer story at its core. I wasn't sure on Keanu Reeves casting as Constantine, but by the end he proved me wrong ten fold. Definitely a must watch for DC movie fans.
I don't get the hype with this. The movie is gorgeously animated, it has some interesting thematics, but overall it is nothing groundbreakingly original. Besides, if one takes time to think too much about it you are going to realize the movie's logic is pretty much reliant on metaphors and life philosphies which they are trying to explain in a "Just buy it"-way; better if it just went with the metaphor all the way at this point without sprinkle-ing in any sort of logic. Trying to explain it under a fairly rational perspective (as much as the movie makes you able to by itself) gets ridiculous and pretentious fast. Unfortunately, that made me unable to enjoy it as much as others.
Pretty much pointless. Pips is one of the characters that I wanted to see more of in the first Ferngully movie, but this one definitely didn't give him any justice. The voice casting changes were fine, besides Batty being 10 times more obnoxious than usual.
This movie has many issues: from the pacing to the story to the character portrayals and the bad casting choices. Yet it tries to take on themes that other superhero movies never did (at least until Civil War) that the DC comics fully developed on. Main problem with that is the average movie viewer or the average comic reader won't recognize or be able to empathize with any of it.
Thor Ragnarok might be a hit or miss with a lot of people. The comedy is a big part of it and that can affect the tension and heartfelt moments in a very big way for some; counterwise, looking beneath all the fun, there's a movie sprinkled with a sense of consequence and risk that the other Thor movies never had. It literally rips Thor's character apart to create its own version and for the best or for the worst, that's still something I deem commendable.