One Thousand, Nine Hundred, and Seventeen Reasons Why You Should Watch This on the Biggest Screen Possible - Sponsored by Dolby Cinema
1) Roger Deakins
This might have been a clusterfuck of a "bad movie," capitalized by the group of four young adults (the only other viewers) leaving the theater while loudly proclaiming, "I can't, this movie sucks;" but, days later some of the songs are still rattling in my head.
That, and that alone, signifies this succeeds as a movie musical, because the whole point is to bring song to screen going audiences, and it definitely succeeds at doing that for Andrew Lloyd Webber's…
Welcome to the sideshow act of the DC Extended Universe where The Joker is butchered and pop classics are sprinkled so throughly throughout that they lose all sonic sensibility.
And yet I gave it 3 stars.
There's plenty wrong with this film, but its not a bad one (just like the antiheroes at play here). The ensemble is mostly great especially Margot Robbie, Will Smith, and Jay Hernandez; however, they can't save Jared Leto from unleashing the worst interpretation of…
I will forever call this "Drive Angry 3D" because if you're not watching it in three dimensions you might as well just not watch it at all.
Tits, cars, guns, kills, they do it ALL in stereo in this flick.
The boozed up, cigar in hand, clothes still on, mid-fuck, shoot out alone is more than enough reason to check this out, especially because the cage man plays this role 100% serious.
He's straight out of hell with a mission! Would probably make a perfect double feature with Ghost Rider or Mandy.