I enjoyed this movie a lot more than I thought I was going to. It was a good follow up story to Ghostbusters I and II. It had plenty of nostalgia and honored the original story while bringing in some new elements.
Loved the ending.
1000% better than that wreck of a movie GB2016.
It was probably a decent kids movie, but it wasn't for me. I found there to be too much packed in there and it made some aspects of the story disjointed and I kept getting jarred out of it with some misplaced musical numbers. Some aspects of the story and concequences seem a bit murky as well. None of the characters really stood out to me.
But it had some charm and humor and the animation was excellent.
I liked the nostalgia woven into the movie and I like some of the subtext of the movie. The acting was fine, the story was pretty good. I went in thinking I wouldn't like it, but it turned out, I mostly did.
The movie was way too long and could have stood some editing. It did a decent job of tying them all together. I'm not entirely happen with how it worked out in the end, but I suppose it makes sense. Some of the woke messaging and agenda detracted from it for me. But overall, I didn't feel like I wasted my time.
Weakest movie in the franchise for me. I Didn't like the way they dealt with the whole 007 and didn't like the way they ended it.
There were good things about this movie - the acting was pretty good, seeing DC is always awesome and of course the SFX and gadgets are always fun. Overall though, the plot holes and diversity and inclusion changes and hand-off, took it down for me.
I thought this was as fun movie, really carried by it's lead actors rather than the story or the plot, because there are some plot holes you can drive a car through lol. But, it was easy to watch and laugh at and while you know a twist is coming, the clues they planted throughout the movie were pretty clever.
These are not the Eternals I grew up reading about in the comic books. I didn't like the race/gender/orientation swapping they did, nor did I like the personality changes or characterizations they did, though to be fair- there were too many characters to really delve into it and get a proper grasp on them.
But since I didn't know who so many of them were because of the changes they made in their woke update to this property, I can't say I truly cared. There were some beautiful shots and of course the FX was good, but I really didn't enjoy this film and I'm glad I was a guest and didn't pay for it.
It's not a terrible movie mind you, I've seen worse and but I didn't enjoy it and I didn't think it was good and I thought it was a total violation of the original property that wasn't updated well.
This was a real callback to the old Halloween movies from days past. I thought it was really well done for the most part and the re-use of old movie footage was well placed. That said, it was an entirely predictable movie and I'm not sure how much I cared for how they chose to end it. And it was left open for a sequel.
This is an alright drama to watch, it had a twist there I didn't see coming and so I have to give it props for that. There's some good tension and dread and it ends on a rough note, so don't expect a happy-feel good movie.
Gyllenhaal did a good job with this movie and sold his part well. Watch it if you are in the mood for something gritty.
This movie was campy, fun and full of action with a hint of romance.
I really enjoyed it. Ryan scores a home run again really.
I recommend it to anyone that still has a decent sense of humor and enjoys feel good movies.
This wasn't his funniest special, but he spoke a lot about true stuff during it for sure.
But this is what comedy is supposed to be about - no subject is off limits to be joked about and that is what he embraces and he does it well.
I'm not a fan of how they decided to end out the trilogy. I think it was really just not necessary and movie 2 already went down a sad and dark path.
None the less, this movie had good moments and it was nice to know that toothless was not the last of his kind...generally speaking.
At least it ended up a bit of an upbeat note...and it had a lot of good moments in it. You can't really watch the first 2 and not see it close out.
This was a great follow-up to what I consider a masterpiece of animation that was the first one.
There were some problems with this movie and it goes down a darker path that I didn't really care for and it sidelined Toothless a bit too much for me to find enjoyable. Still, it had great themes and a great message behind the story, but I just find the dark bits too much of a downer, so I haven't watched this one beyond the first time I saw it, even though I own the DVD.
I LOVED this movie and everything about it. I'd give it 6 stars if I could.
I will STOP whatever I am doing if it is on TV and sit and watch it lol.
It has all the messages and themes I consider valuable in my life and it just speaks to me. It's a must see and it replaced my previous #1 movie, which was Highlander 1
This was just awful to me.
This was a "re-imaging" that made no sense and didn't need to be made. And then, they did a BAD remake of the classic.
Characters were unlikable, it was too woke, I didn't care for the music and I thought it was done poorly.
Maybe more of a young kids show.
I couldn't last 20 minutes into this film. It seemed like some random mashup of stuff that happens. I couldn't make heads nor tails from it - characters didn't seem to make sense, I couldn't suss out a plot or real story and the "re-imaging" of the classic poem...made it into something I didn't recognize.
That said, a lot of people called this movie "artsy" and I don't generally like artsy movies, so this may not have been the movie for me.