Marvel loves to pit their heroes against bigger, meaner versions of themselves. Tony Stark made an Iron Man suit, so evil Jeff Bridges made a bigger Iron Man suit, and then they fought. In Incredible Hulk, Hulk had to fight a bigger, greyer version of Hulk. And other examples! So would the villain in Ant-Man be a larger version of fucking Ant-Man? Yup. Things like that don’t detract from my enjoyment, but it’s a little ridiculous.
I liked this a…
I saw West of Memphis before this one, and I liked the presentation more in that one. It’s somewhat unfair to judge since I learned it there first, but the reveal of new evidence felt much more exciting and startling. Still a good conclusion to a fascinating series.
As far as the real killer, a lot of people seem to feel that pointing the finger now at Terry Hobbs is just another desperate attempt to pin it on someone, and…
I saw this as a cynical, shitty teenager, and hated it. Even before revisiting it, I was deeply ashamed of this fact because I knew in my heart I was wrong. I am proud of how much I have matured in the last 17 years as a viewer of cinema, and that I can now recognize Face/Off as one of the greatest films of all time.