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This doesn't deserve all the hate it's getting, but it's not the best in the series. You really have to appreciate the acting, they really put a lot of effort in it and that was the best part. The action was very underwhelming. They substituted all the punches for conversation; while it was fine dialogue, I really wanted another Quicksilver moment – which didn't happen. The story was fine too, but it just wasn't as meaty as the others. And the antagonist sucked, that was bad, nothing good came from it. So, for this possibly being the last X-Men titled movie, you can't help but just enjoy it, yet sadly they gave us a mediocre one.
I wouldn't give such high praise its getting, but it's not bad. I thought it would be hilarious from what people are saying but it came down to few laughing scenes. It did have funny cringe humor and a great cast that did make this movie fun. The story was simple but nor completely original, yet it's been awhile since they've used it so that was nice. The characters were charming and enjoyable and all contributed to the story. It did have a nice message that everyone can relate with: Always find time to enjoy yourself and friends. This movie is a good change of pace from the other movies playing – all being action, thrillers, and biographies. An innocent comedy.
Another WWII movie but instead of D-Day and the Battle of Dunkirk, it's the Battle of Okinawa in Japan. Which means, new branch of military and new settings. Usually I want war movies to focus on the historical accuracies and action rather than characters, but this movie changed my opinion. It tells the story of Desmond Doss and his life and how he joined the army, that was very interesting and well-acted. The beginning explained our main character and introduced all the others, who are also a good addition. BUT the rest of the movie is awesome. The battle scene is engaging, heart-wrenching, and epic. It is very gruesome, some may not like that, but that's how it actually happened – when you get hit with a bullet, there's going to be blood. The fight portrayed Desmond's goal and his heart to save others, which you have to respect. Not only does this movie provide adrenaline, but also a learning experience.
A sequel to the classic, but it's sort of the same thing: same similar story, same jokes, and same length. There are some new characters though which gives it a little more taste. It still keeps the laughs and innocent humor and lovable characters which you have to smile at. It certainly isn't bad but don't see these movies back-to-back.
I really like the first one but, sadly, this one couldn't meet up to the first. It wasn't even remotely scary; the characters were good though but that wasn't able to help. The first movie introduced a freaking creepy villain/demon, the second had nothing. It was very predictable but luckily the cinematography at least made for some good shots