I had zero expectations to like this movie, I rented it with the sad truth of hate watching it, but damn if I want charmed by it's complete stupidity. This isn't a good movie, it's corny and slapstick in some terrible ways but it also knows what it's offering and is breezy enough to have fun with. Anne Hathaway really shines and commands the screen, she has a really strange accent that doesn't work, but kinda does because of how…
A film I've had a strange relationship with, I caught this movie back when it was a festival favorite, making waves and had the hype storm majorly mess with my expectations, saw it in theaters and was disappointed, not the terrifying movie I was lead to believe. Even then I knew it was a gergous movie in cinematography. An amazing synth score that adds to much to the already intense atomsohere. I liked everything about the movie, but found it's…
Having never read the stories this movie is based and beloved for, I had strange expectations for this, always game for a horror movie and with all the behind the scenes talent giving it pedigree I always expected this to be at least good.
It's final result is such a jumbled mess of tone and execution that it finds itself in a weird limbo of horror. It uses its PG13 rating to it's fullest extent, playing it safe, on one…
An incredibly emotional and rich movie that has the grandest of action scenes and heartfelt of character moments. A grand epic that's 3 hour runtime is not only warranted but paced perfectly. As a first viewing it left me speechless and emotionally drained. Obviously I have tons of more thoughts but this was everything I wanted. An amazing way to wrap up 22 films and 11 years. Yes it had fan service, quite a bit of it, but it was more than earned. Bravo Marvel. You earned this.