This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
X-Men: Apocalypse is most definitely not going to be for everyone, but for me, I was highly satisfied. In fact, I loved it. Going in I read and heard many reviews that were negative and a few positive ones here and there. So I went in with low expectations and left really liking what I saw. Was it perfect, no, there were a few flaws but I don't want to throw Bryan Singer off a cliff or demand he never…
Secret in Their Eyes is a depressing story, which is to be expected, it's about a murdered girl and the hunt for her killer. From start to finish all there is to feel within this world is dread, anger, sadness, obsession, failure, and bitter acceptance. Chiwetel Ejiofor is excellent, the movie rests on his shoulders, his character is the driving force of the story. The film has a great cast, solid performances but it still falls flat. The story is…
Jesus Christ. If you like over the top misery, this films for you. I absolutely hated that every male character was portrayed as a villain and every female character was a victim. There's a certain storyline that for me came across as homophobic. Such great actress (not Janet Jackson) giving some really good performances, they gave their all to try and sell the melodramatic tales of woe. The last shot of this film is exactly like the last shot of Waiting to Exhale which is a far superior film. Just saying.
Saw the English dubbed version, not the original Japenese version.
All you need to know is that Godzilla does a happy dance, which looks like jumping jacks. It's a sight you won't forget. I rewound that scene at least five times. Plus Godzilla actually boxes another monster, even two steps. Do I need to say more?
I can't remember if I'd ever seen this film before, nothing seemed familiar. I enjoyed it for the most part. The B story was…