I saw this in a packed cinema with a crowd who was having a lot of fun. The guy next to me brought in a cask of wine. They gave us these stupid shark hats.
That is the correct way to see this movie. It's super terrible, and super dumb. It's more self conscious than the original, trying (and somewhat succeeding) to ramp up the silly action scenes.
There's a lot more product placement in this one, so have fun with that.
I enjoyed myself plenty. This is more words than Sharknado 2 deserves, so I'm going to stop writing.
Incredibly good. It's a significant improvement over the already-great Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
How can the eighth movie of a franchise feel so fresh? After the success of Rise, Reeves' movie could easily have iterated on that movie, but instead it makes true progression from it.
The film is thematically rich, making us not only care about the consequences of actions, but to sit in the cinema thinking about them and their implications. We see and understand…