It was alright. I have yet to see the previous movie as of this review, but I was told the gist of it so this one was very easy to follow. I appreciated the strong characters, although they felt too one-noted at times. Chewbacca was my favourite! I felt as if it were too long at times, drawing out a bit. Looking forward to watch the sequels and prequels.
First Captain America movie I've ever seen, I don't necessarily have a great will to watch the first two, but there was plenty of entertaining on this one. I didn't find the plot believable (not sure if it's in a previous comic book), but it was visually and emotionally appealing to see the fight scenes and all those cool superpowers in action.
Where to start... it felt so bland. The main character wasn't charismatic at all. The only character I was more interested in was Four. The world-building does not make sense to me. Why is it so hard for there to be a Divergent? Am I expected to believe that people can conform to a single quality/format? There can't be a brave and an intelligent person at the same time, otherwise they're slain? How can this society work?
Maybe I have to read the book. And I missed the first five minutes, so this impression will be updated.
I'm blown away by how much blood, sweat and tears these developers give to create a game so that we, casual gamers, can enjoy it. Granted, I haven't played that many indie games; however, this movie has certainly given me a whole new appreciation for the many, many hidden gems that are out there and that don't get as much publicity as the mainstream ones.
I started watching this documentary with excitement and glowing eyes as I listened to the…