I had watched the Best Of The Worst episode covering this movie a couple of times beforehand, so I was expecting a trainwreck that was impossible to follow. While I was able to understand what was going on, I can't really explain why it was going on, and it's one of the most unintentionally incoherent movies I've ever seen.
Better than the first one. The action's above-average, but the film really excels in some shockingly impressive frame composition and stellar locations. The finale in a neon-drenched art exhibit housed within a labyrinth of mirrors is particularly impressive (and a nice nod to Enter The Dragon). Looking forward to the third one.
Everything that Batman V Superman failed at, this movie succeeds with. New characters are naturally integrated into the story, both sides have sympathetic logic, and everyone is well-developed.
Spider-Man is handled really well, with probably the most accurate and well-executed film version of Peter Parker (even if it is in a pretty short amount of time). Characters that I've never cared much for, like Ant-Man and Scarlet Witch, are played perfectly here and at the…
I didn't know going into this that not only was it not on the list I provided for the Cult Movie Challenge, but that only 3 other people have marked it as watched. Makes me feel powerful, and I don't know why.
It's a pretty basic plot for a movie: news reporter following a story about a pale and unusual guy hit by a car at night, and it leads to…