if five stars is your most common used, then your entire rating system is obsolete
change my mind
I've seen the first movie in my teens and I loved it. After that I disconnected from the franchise but wanted to give it a go again. I heard that the movies kept getting worse but "Mission Impossible: Fallout" should have been good again. Plus it got one of my favourite actors in it: Henry Cavill.
But as you can see on my rating the movie blows for me and I feel more disconnected then ever.
The plot felt forced,…
A nearly bancrupt manager tries to find the next baseball talent in the cricket obsessed india.
What starts as a pure buisness trip ends up in a lifechanging experience, atleast for the protagonist, not for the viewer.
The movie starts pretty good but ends very stereotypically, what isn't the worst thing but not the most exciting either.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
The second Dr. Strange solo film (if there still is something like this) uses the premise that two Avengers face each other. As a result, it is already pretty clear in advance how this would play out. The storyline would come off as uninspired and repetitive despite the infinite possibilities offered by the different worlds.
At this point, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has expanded so much that the films refer to each other again and again and the snake is…
This film had the ambitious task of linking the MCU to existing Spider-Man films. A task, where I was sure that this film would fail. But to my surprise, I found that this film is cleverly thought out and works perfectly logically within the MCU, which cannot be said of every superhero film.
The bottom line is that it's still only an action film with alot of fan service, but one that is very entertaining.