Cheesy. Shit. Classic.
I hated this when it came out, but to be honest, it's just like most of Guy Ritchie's films: Flashy, hollow, stylish and tries far too hard to be Tarantino, but oddly entertaining. Excellent soundtrack too and some fun performances. A lot of faces I had no idea were in this like Tom Hardy and Matt King (Super Hans) were a nice surprise.
Wouldn't have minded this trilogy to happen in hindsight.
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I was very much looking forward to this. I haven't read the comic, but everyone talked about it like it was the second coming of Jesus. An R-rated Batman film. It had potential to be amazing.
Well, this is mostly just a horrible mess. The voice performances are great, Mark Hamill is incredible as expected as The Joker. The inclusion of both Hamill and Kevin Conroy makes me feel like it could be canon to the Arkham game series (Which…
Nocturnal Animals might just feature the weirdest opening titles of all-time. From the opening shot I had no idea what I was in for. In fact, I had no idea what I was in for at all, I've never ever seen a trailer for this film, I went in completely blind, and I loved it.
It's a beautiful looking film, from lots of scenic New Mexico cinematography and a bit of night-time city scenes. The performances were all amazing (Gyllenhaal…