If we learn from our mistakes, how am I not a genius yet?
Watched the extended cut.
Sucker Punch's messaging gets a little muddled at times, but it's heart is in the right place and it gets a shit ton of bonus points for originality and the outstanding action sequences. Zack Snyder goes all out here, and I'm all for it. Plus, the entire cast is all around great and the soundtrack slaps.
Despite being helmed by the godfather of zombie flicks, George A. Romero's Land of the Dead is a fairly generic, and overall disappointing Z-movie. The film fails to build up any of its heroes, villains, or world, is only mildly frightening thanks to a handful of lackluster jump scares, and the final act is woefully underwhelming.
Man, it's been quite some time since a movie had me laughing so loudly and so often. The gorgeous, energetic art style works wonders for the physical gags, and the main voice cast knocks it out of the park. The story doesn't really do anything that hasn't been seen in countless other road trip/family comedies and it sags just a tad in the middle, but The Mitchells vs. the Machines' heart is definitely in the right place and it hits…