Bad Boys for Life
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Wonderful story including the resurrection, crucifixion, and road to the cross. All using sci-fi to tell an amazing story.
Despite having a plot that's almost predictable, the visual style and the way it was presented made the film feel fresh.
I really tried my best to not hate it but it's hard not to compare it to the first two successful Spider-Man movies
To sum it up, this is the first Spider-Man film with everything leveled up.
I thoroughly enjoyed it and I think it's one of the most engrossing superhero movies there is.
The two earlier Thor films had a more "godlike" tone to them. Why not keep that and use it with the third one? This is a huge downgrade for Thor.
Most of the characters from the first Thor film stayed the way they were - one-dimensional. With exception to Loki, everyone else played subpar.
There's a delicate balance between comic book fantasy and Norse mythology in this film and they were able to lay it all out perfectly.
Compared to the first movie, this one was much more fast-paced and had more action scenes in it. We don't see a lot of character development but it's still enjoyable!
I think it was only right that they had Iron Man make the sacrifice to save the universe. This made him truly the protector of the Earth.
I gotta admit I was not ready for all that shaky-cam action. I mean, you could clearly see that the choreography for the fight scenes was good enough for a superhero movie, but why did you have to add so much shaking and cutscenes?