I've never related to a movie about taxes more than EEAAO. The Daniels did a really great job crafting an exciting, action-packed film with a fantastic ensemble — good to see Ke Huy Quan again — that has very impressive visuals considering their VFX team is only SEVEN members long. The themes and story really worked for me and, at the center, really focus on very relatable family drama. The film does come to a bit of a halt at one point and dragged a bit for me, but, overall it was a damn good time at the theater.
For quite some time now, I had been wanting to see a Batman movie that was a good mix of Batman: The Animated Series and Tim Burton's Batman. I wanted something that would let the character really spread his wings (pun intended) when it came to exploring his detective skills. I had hoped that certain comic book elements would be incorporated that would help root the hero's story even deeper into the history of Gotham City. For a while, I…