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I went in thinking it was going to be horrible, and i was pleasantly surprised. It has its faults but MIB International deserves a better rating, as some of the critically acclaimed films left me more disappointed.
Why couldn't they call it "Dirty Rotten Skanks" like Rebel Wilson wanted to?! i was expecting a different take completely, instead i feel like i got the exact same film... Was a little upset by this one to be honest.
I think at parts i really related to Elton John's home life, so for me i was taken hold by elements in his upbringing. I enjoyed the transition from realism to fantasy, and was taken captive by the direction. All in all, i think it was way better than Bohemian Rhapsody (for me...).
I enjoyed the development of Alita as a character, learning about her past self as well as how to navigate a new world. I was not too committed to her relationship with the male lead, and am more interested to find out more about the the mysterious city above. Alita for me was the reason i watched Battle Angel a second time.
I was expecting worse when i sat down to watch Mortal Engines, but i was pleasantly surprised. Putting aside the bad CGI, i enjoyed the story line, and i am happy to sit and watch an epic film.
I get the feeling that i will be waiting for a sequel that will never come... goodbye John Carter.