Just please cast John Krasinski and Emily Blunt in the mcu reboot.
Re-watching Synecdoche, New York officially cements it as my n°1 favorite movie of all time (for now, that is).
I'm not going to praise the technical aspects of Synecdoche, New York, as I find everything to be absolutely flawlessly executed, and I don't think it's necessary to go over that in detail.
What I want to mention, are the different themes, and right from the start, with both the opening song, and the follow-up poem, you know that the movie's…
4/5 -> 2,5/5
All of its faults were much more evident to me on a re-watch. It is terrible on a lot of different levels, the most obvious ones being the editing and the dialogue. It also doesn't do Freddy Mercury justice, all of that, you've heard it all at this point.
But honestly, despite all its flaws, I can't bring myself to hate a movie with a soundtrack that is that good. And I still think Rami Malek does a pretty great job with the script he had to work with.
A pretty major improvement over Homecoming, which I already really enjoyed in the first place. So as far as I'm concerned, Far From Home is the best Spider-Man movie to date.
Any complaints I could have had over Homecoming, were addressed in this one.
The action sequences were the biggest improvement, and the web swinging is also handled a lot better. Iron Man is less present too, for obvious reasons, and that's something I know a lot of people had…
As far as MCU origin stories go, Captain Marvel was great.
I just kinda feel like her story comes a little late, in terms of what the movie represents, as well as the whole MCU chronology.
The 90's nostalgia shines, right from the moment where we see the Blockbuster sign.
Brie Larson was awesome, and gave a heartfelt performance. Samuel L. Jackson is always great, and the de-aging technology (used on both Clark Gregg and him) is incredible.…