For a movie about a summer with repressed creative minds and a love triangle in the Soviet Union, the movie comes off as a simple and pleasant experience. What may lack in story, it makes up with It’s beautiful cinematography (probably my favorite aspect) and a fantastic soundtrack. The pacing, though consistent, could’ve been improved as well (more of a personal preference than a major issue). It was pretty good and very creative a times, with moments that almost make it seem like a musical. Overall, Leto is a pretty solid movie, though I wouldn’t call it memorable.
By far, the worst installment in the MIB franchise. It was a generic bore trying to revive the franchise, but the only thing it did was bury the whole thing deeper in the ground. Props to Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth, some of the most likable people in Hollywood. Too bad the material they were given was by the numbers shit. The two leads make it at the very least tolerable. In short, don’t waste your time with this garbage. Don’t know why I bothered.
Side note: Too bad the 21 Jump Street and MIB crossover never happened. At least that would’ve been interesting.
Enjoyable, but it feels like filler in the MCU. Captain Marvel should’ve been better, I think. She’s supposed to be one of the most powerful heroes, and saddly I didn’t buy it. After previous Marvel movies have set the stakes so high, it’s odd to have such a safe origin story. Either way, I’d say it’s worth your time. Even if it could’ve been better, I can’t say no to a fun time at the movies.
Who would’ve thought the sequel we never asked for would be this good. After Toy Story 3’s perfect conclusion to the to the original trilogy, it seemed like Toy Story 4 would be a cynical cash-grab from Disney (and in all fairness, it might be that in a way too). However, the movie definitely earned its spot amongst the other entries, being that it’s a poignant and at the same time hopeful epilogue to the stories of the characters most…