I feel like a fool for not seeing the first two movies in theaters. Was broke at the time, but still.
The more i watch this movie, the more i enjoy/love it even more than when i saw it in theaters, warts and all. Far from the best Superhero film of last year (Into the Spider-Verse, Black Panther, and Incredibles 2), but to see something so visually inspiring, vividly grand, and conceptually outrageous, and wearing its cheesy earnest heart on its sleeves, is not to be dismissed. This is clearly a corner of the DC Universe I didn't expect to be excited over, much less love, but i do now; and I look forward to seeing what comes next from the one true king.
Watching Ragnarok with Taika's commentary, especially when his daughter pops in throughout is a fun little gem, and makes me wanna give this film 6 stars.
Equally on par with What We Do in the Shadows and Hunt for the Wilderpeople in terms of humor, weirdness and emotional/thematic material, but both films edge out Ragnarok a bit further in those areas. Ragnarok is still a top 5 MCU film (IMO), one of my favorite movies (from last year and in…
Other than hoping to watch a good movie, I had no expectations or preconceived notion of this new adaptation. I've never read any book by Agatha Christie before, nor have I seen any other film adaptation beforehand, let alone had a chance to see this one in theaters (due to work schedule. I bought the Blu-Ray a few weeks ago), but I felt good about buying and watching this film nonetheless. And fortunately, I was right.
One of the main…