Maybe because I just saw the horrible Sonic, but I think it's just one of the best videogame adaptions, after Warcraft or Silent Hill.
One lf the bad things, the protagonist choice for Pikachu, doing everything as wrong as they did in Deadpool with those comedy bits...
Really enjoying, entertaining and more or less original given Hollywood standards...
The best thing I can say about it is that luckily, trusting my guts, I didn't paid for it.
I knew it was going to be bad, but that much... every single detail in which a Hollywood movie can be shipwrecked (except in excessive melodrama perhaps...)
If I wasn't expecting this, my childhood would've been raped.
I was expecting A LOT from Mr. Lee, dealing with an issue that his sensitivity made him the most suitable to do this documentary, but i'm a bit disappointed.
Ok, yes, i discovered more about this disaster, but i think it's not brave enough pointing out the flaws of the system (not the levees), the government and all the people involved in this apparent plot to make business gentrifying the poor areas of the city, taking out his inhabitants.
20 years after the magnificient "The fifht element", Mr Besson gives us a present in the form of another great science fiction movie.
I was attracted to the project just for being a new movie from one of my favourite directors, but the 20th anniversary of his big contribution to the genre was something special, and after that i discovered that the comics were the original source of "inspiration" (Right, Lucas? hahaha) to the first movie in the Star Wars…