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It's a cute movie depicting the unlikely friendship between two very different people. On one end, it challenges racism and stereotypes, on the other end, it challenges character development. It's an enjoyable film
In a world with so many superhero movies following the cookie-cutter format and numerous Spider-Man reboots, Spider-Verse is a breath of fresh air into challenging how we view and perceive cartoons and the series itself.
A strong display in cinematography, acting, and film editing. The shots in this movie are stunning and so well thought out. Performances by Regina King and Kiki Layne give the film a passion. And the non-linear format of different timelines fused together was brilliant. All that said, I feel the execution of it all was a bit too ambitious. At times, it felt like the movie was being dragged on, while at others, you'd be confused at what timeline we were at. I like the concept and the story itself is wholesome, but perhaps if it were slightly simpler, it may have clicked better.
A common misstep by most critics reviewing this film is that they are too invested in wanting to see their version of whar Freddie Mercury was like portrayed in this film. While it's obviously impossible to precisely represent such an eccentric figure, I believe the directors put forth an honest effort and Rami Malek delivered a stellar performance. If there's one thing we can agree on it has to be that the performances are sonically exuberant and make the movie worth seeing. Best concert I've seen in a theater
Straight up, this was both disturbing and predictable. The trailer essentially gave away the whole plot and the story kept getting creepier by the minute. Without a doubt, Gyllenhaal's acting is exceptional, but it is eclipsed by the unfortunate downfall of her character. I am able to take away Colangelo's point of how modern society bleeds away our creative beings and there are so few longing to nurture it. But this point can be made without passively portraying a very scary kidnapping. At the very least it's desperate and irresponsible