This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I will never get tired of hearing characters in a Bourne movie say, 'Oh my god, it's Jason Bourne" with utter surprise.....multiple times.
I went into Jason Bourne with low expectations, not expecting the greatness or freshness that was the Bourne trilogy. It's been roughly ten years ago since Ultimatum, the spy thriller/action genre has changed much. The Bourne movies inspired many clones, even the new James Bond films are more in that vein. I mainly wanted to see Bourne…
Summer Love was an utterly charming, fun watch. It was pretty predictable but Rachel Leigh Cook's Maya was adorably clueless.
Maya is many things, she's cute, she's sweet, she's quirky, a real humanitarian, a widow, a single mother struggling with the bills but lives in a huge house, works two jobs, sends her daughter to summer camp, is trying to finish college, is not tech-savvy, and she's a thirty five year old intern at a technology company that I'm pretty…
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…