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Final Fantasy fanboys will undoubtedly inflate the ratings, but I have yet to see a film that left me feeling as empty as this one did. The animation is superb, but everything else is garbage.
The pacing is incoherent and weirdly feels rushed while also leaving one feeling as if nothing happened. The English voice dubbing is atrocious, and the Japanese dubbing is lackluster. When the movie jumps from action sequence to action sequence, the best the creators could do was an anime-by-numbers pastiche of cliches. The characters are empty vessels with a nonsensical plot and exposition just happening around them and propelling them forward.
This movie is a textbook example of the worst elements from anime and the worst elements of film adaptations of games and should be skipped by anyone who is unwilling to actually hold it up to the regular standards of film instead of swallowing whatever product comes out with the name Final Fantasy tacked onto it.
Ralph Breaks the Internet is not nearly as great as the original, but it is surprisingly better than I had anticipated it would be.
As much as I wanted to like this film, I just couldn't. Cooper's performance is incredible and he does share some great chemistry with Gaga, but overall he performance is awkward at times. Not my cup of tea, but I can see why it created so much buzz around the Oscars.
I will tell you exactly what men don't want:
To sit through horrifically terrible and inept movies like this ever again.
Marvel has always struggled to do Spider-Man films the right way, until now. Into the Spider-Verse is hands down the greatest Spider-Man film ever made.