Bad Boys for Life
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This was a fun movie to watch. It was well made, had great cinematography and practical effects, great writing, and kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time. I thought Srdjan Todorovic was a great protagonist, and Sergej Trifunovic was perfect as the psycho director. I loved that they slowly built the mystery and tension and I've never been more shocked from an ending. I thought this was great.
This film serves as nothing more than a recap of the series, and if you haven't seen the original, you wouldn't have any idea what these clips from the show mean out of context. I'm not really sure why this was even made.
Die Hard definitely gets better with age. Bruce Willis and Alan Rickman are amazing and the action and one liners are some of the best in cinema history. The last time I watched it, I couldn't stop saying all the quotes like "happy trails, Hans" and "welcome to the party, pal". Die Hard is hands down THE best Christmas movie.
I thought Heat was a little pretentious and overrated. I liked Val Kilmer's character, but I didn't think Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro were doing anything different than the characters they normally play. I thought the shootout scene in downtown LA was cool, but way too over the top and hard to believe. I also thought the chase scene through the airport was silly and overly drawn out.
I hate to say it, but I honestly think this is the worst Quentin Tarantino film. There was almost no story or point to it, we just watch Brad, Leo, and Margot "doing things". We follow Leonardo Dicaprio's Rick Dalton as he starts making spaghetti westerns but none of these scenes feel relevant, he's also shown to have a drinking problem, but there's no resolution to that character flaw. Brad Pitt's Cliff Booth keeps having run ins with the Manson family and other people in Hollywood that don't really like him. They try to cram in some backstory about him possibly killing his wife, but again, this doesn't really matter. The Bruce Lee scene was totally random and Charles Manson was only in one small scene. We also watch Sharon Tate while she watches her own movie... for most of this movie. The end fight scene was pretty interesting but came way too late. I really don't understand what story Quentin Tarantino was trying to tell with this.