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Bardem's superb acting just takes this film to a whole new level.
To me it feels like the story is just way too easy to predict to do the cast justice, Chapter 2 is just way too long, and you get the feeling that you know what's coming every single time, not a thriller and not really a horror movie either. I personally think this recent It reboot (both Chapter 1 and 2) is one that anyone could perfectly go on with their life without watching.
I just can't help but notice the fact that Joker has almost the same rating that a very mediocre/somewhat entertaining adaptation with okay acting that was It: Chapter 2 got. I personally think the Phoenix's acting alone and considering the movie relies completely on it makes this movie deserve at the very least a 75 or 80.
See, this should've been the final Bourne movie, a very satisfying conclusion to his story, the man finally remembered what happened to him, and he uncovered many dirty CIA secrets. We really didn't need anything else. The Bourne Ultimatum is a good ending to what should have been a very good TRILOGY.
Mad Max is a 2-hour long car chase. However it does a good job of connecting you to the characters and it doesn't need to tell you much about their past or their story. The action is A+. A satisfying reboot of this franchise for sure.
Critics are being way too harsh here, the movie has really good performances especially from McAvoy and Fassbender. The story also isn't bad. Everyone was trying to do the right thing in their minds which is always refreshing compared to just pure evil for no good reason. It's not Logan or Days of Future Past but I think it tells the Dark Phoenix story better than X-Men Last Stand did.
This movie seriously works. I really like Krasinski as an actor but this movie shows he's got potential as a director too. A Quiet Place's story is so much more refreshing and creative than most post-apocalyptic movies we get these days.
Patrick Wilson and Vera Fermiga do not disappoint in this second installment, however, the script kinda does, the dialogue is almost cringy at times with predictable lines, this one is not as good as the first but it's okay to pass the time.
Fresh, better than most horror franchises, The Conjuring has its own cinematic universe and it all started here, Ed and Lorraine Warren are in for a treat, and you are too.
The movie is okay, some of the lines are a little too cheesy. This good guy becomes bad guy then has a change of heart because someone he/she loves shows them the right way, so yeah nothing spectacular on that regard. But the visual effects in particular are extremely good. I know that's not what people like to hear but good effects can make these movies entertaining even with a mediocre story.
I personally think it's the weakest of the 3 but not by much so it still gets a solid 7. My main problem is the final sequence, did we really need John to fall like 40 meters and survive? Like I get that we're gonna have a 4th one but no human would survive that, no matter how skilled you are with guns so it felt unnecesary to me. All in all, JW3 doubles down on what's been working and does so with grace, so it's fresh.
Shazam isn't boring but it is predictable, doesn't really have the best jokes and feels like a typical hero movie. Can't go higher than a 6 or 7.
Really don't get why so many trolls are trying to lower its audience score. The movie is pretty solid, with a couple great nods to the Avengers (a really good one to end the movie) and one of the best post-credits scenes. Carol's character story is good enough to make this an 8/10.
This is one of the few movies where I feel the trailer doesn't do it justice. If you watched the trailer and felt like it gave everything away like I felt, nope, it doesn't. Go watch Battle Angel. 9/10
How is this movie so good? It combines comedy with one of the most serious matters that we face as humans. Could easily be a perfect combination for the disaster. Nope, Spike Lee somehow pulls it off magnificently.
A surprisingly good horror movie right here. Proving once again you don't need 10 scenes with blood and death to give good scares. If anything, the one thing I didn't love was the fact that Janice kept going at it even before being possessed and as the audience you're like "why tf is she going in there again?"
The 96 that it has rn is way too high, I'm a MCU fan like everyone else and this movie is good for sure but it feels too long at times, the final battle against Thanos could've been better and honestly there isn't enough deaths to consider it the "endgame".
Sicario's sequel has good action sequences, and even though it doesn't feel as deep as the first one without Blunt's character it's still an entertaining story.