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Don't get me wrong, it's beautifully animated and has great voice acting (especially from Benedict Cumberbatch). But, this movie doesn't do anything new with the source material, and what is considered "new" is really bland. Basically, it's just another Illumination movie with no interest in characters and unfunny humor.
Top 5 MCU for sure. This movie perfectly illustrates how when two friends have different viewpoints, it can drive a wedge into their friendship and cause, in the words of Vision, catastrophe. Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr., as usual, are phenomenal in this movie; their performances are charismatic, but at the same time, you are convinced that there is conflict between these two friends. This movie also gave a great introduction to MCU newcomers (at the time), Black Panther and, of course, SPIDER-MAN!! The last throwdown at the airport was awesome (though since then, that throwdown has gone down in the rankings). Zemo was a great villain, mostly because you could understand where the guy was coming from after the events of Age of Ultron. Overall, this is a amazing MCU movie.
Despite what grudge you may have with rian johnson, he made a damn good movie. With a well-rounded cast and good surprises, this is one of the best whodunnits to come out in recent years. This is where expectations should be subverted.
Excellent movie. Martin Scorcese keeps proving that he is a great filmmaker, and this is no exception. Yes, it is a very long movie (it's not like endgame where the 3 hours go bye bye), but it tells such a good story and has quippy dialogue that allows you to enjoy the experience. This is the prime definition of a slowburn movie, and it's fantastic
Maybe it helped that I didn't have much expectations going into this movie, but I actually really enjoyed this movie. It is such an imaginative world that they built, and while they could have done more, it looked awesome. The special effects, action sequences and performances (notably weaving) were all really good. Yes, the story was kind of weak, but there are times where I just like to watch mindless popcorn movies, and that's what this is, and I wierdly enjoyed it
Yes this is a weaker MCU movie, but it is still a good movie. With the exception of captain marvel, I don't think any of the movies in the MCU are bad; there are just some that are weaker than others, and that's what I would say about Thor. It has some great visuals, good action setpieces, excellent performances, and it gives us a decent set-up for the character of Thor (played excellently by chris hemsworth). Ragnarok is definitely better than this movie, but I do prefer this to the Dark World.
Easily the best live-action remake. This remake actually looked like it was trying to retell a famous story without being a copy and paste of the original. They changed things up and made it their own. It also looks absolutely fantastic, with its visual effects and cinematography. The voice cast was on point (idris elba was perfect for shere khan).
Best Disney movie ever!!! What's more to say?
Horrible and unbearably long. Ruined my experience seeing coco
This is one of my favorite, if not my favorite, Christmas movie of all time. It is absolutely hysterical, especially towards the end, and it has a great amount of heart and emotion at its core. Culkin gives a great performance in this film, as well as Pesci and Stern as Harry and Marv; their chemistry and banter is flawless.
I'm well aware that this movie is a retread of the first film, but that doesn't make it any less enjoyable. It has a lot of heart, hilarious slapstick humor and good performances, especially from Tim Curry.
This movie has no reason to exist. Han Solo's arc in this was the exact same as his arc in A New Hope. Also, the movie was super boring and uneventful, and a lot of the places that were filled with potential were wasted. And this thing is filled with Easter eggs, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it's not meant to drive the plot. But, the visual effects and performances were good.
While not quite as good as its predecessor, I still enjoyed the hell out of this movie. It's just as funny as the previous one, once again thanks to Reynolds' hilarious performance. Josh Brolin was also fantastic in this movie, and he gave Cable's character justice. Also, the post-credit scene is Hollywood gold.
Before Logan, this was my favorite non-MCU marvel movie. The humor lands every single time thanks to Ryan Reynolds' charismatic and hysterical performance. The action was really well-helmed, which i think benefits from the fact that none of it is censored (disney if u make DP3 don't censor it). It also does a great job fleshing out Wade Wilson's character, instead of making him a service-level comedian; they showed us his prior life and love life, and it was executed very well. Overall, this is a badass and hilarious x-men film, and a really damn good time.
Definitely not as good as it could have been, but it was still a damn good movie. Rami Malek was phenomenal in this role; it's like freddie mercury's ghost came down and took over malek's body. That's how good he was.
This movie is a severely underrated gem of the MCU. This is a really damn good movie. I understand that cap became a favorite in winter soldier, but he got a great origin story and introduction. Red Skull was a cool villain, while cliched. Chris Evans crushed it as steve rogers, as he did through the rest of his time in the MCU.
Underrated movie. It has a really cool premise plus great visual effects.
Awesome movie. Tom Cruise gives a great performance here and the Tripods look and sound awesome. I also love the family dynamic that this movie has.
I don't get the hate around this movie at all. I absolutely love it. I love how this makes a dark take on a great book (which was already pretty dark to begin with). Is it as good as the original? Maybe not. But still a damn good movie
This movie is kind of a mixed bag for me. It is pretty fucking hysterical at times, but at the same time, the concept of things coming to life is not new. Also, the ending is the biggest WHAT THE FUCK out there, whether or not you take that as a good thing or a bad thing. The animation style is ok, not Pixar or DreamWorks level, but it's fine. The voice acting is very good, especially from kroll. Overall, this movie has its moments, but I think it's a pretty dumb movie