Simple but intricate, smart but broad, big but human, funny but serious, Trainwreck is phenomenal. And will no doubt be overlooked at awards season due to the fact that it is a comedy. It is so much more, but so much comedy at the same time. Everything and one thing. Amazing.
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Fantastic Four has a great core cast who have nothing to grip onto, a script that doesn't give the audience any emotion or empathy, character, humour, drama or inventiveness in the world. The seriousness is destroyed by the inept dialogue and leaps in logic, and the sudden influx of humour at parts to not alienate the four quadrants is hammered in like a square peg in a triangular hole.
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Whilst the tress genuinely look lovely, and the 3D is mostly decent, Epic misses the point of cinema at its very core, and the title is setting the bar far too high for what is ultimately a middlingly small-scale adventure (Pun not intended) full of under-written characters and nothing particularly funny for anyone over 6.
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