Sic Mundus Creatus Est
A two-part film that knows exactly what to do with special effects but has no idea how two people in love might act, talk, and think. Honestly, the love story is a little off. It's pale and ineffective.
I wasn't invested in the plot. It's not particularly interesting, and it's as cheesy as any other film. It was too simple and over-stretched for me. It could have been far better. Honestly, this film is better seen in a theater than…
What a fucking blood-sucking shitty film did I just watch?
There are bad movies and boring movies, but Morbius wins because it has both. LOL! It's unimpressive, predictable, forgettable, lazy, and incomplete. Although some of the content in the film has interesting ideas, the overall quality is just awful. It's nearly impossible to watch without yawning, sleeping, kicking, or even talking to someone next to you because you don't give a fuck about what's going on in the film.
This is like watching a continuation of a WandaVision episode.
Indeed, Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness is a wild but thrilling ride through a deliciously strange multiverse. It's sometimes messy, yet gloriously bizarre style. Full of mind-bending moments, satisfying fight scenes, trippy twists, and a fistful of surprises, and at times a bit of an ordeal that will definitely feel out of their norm as it's a harder, more violent, and macabre outing than we've seen from Marvel…
Gritty, real, honest and uncompromising!
A bloodthirsty tale of betrayal and revenge, fueled by graphic imagery and spellbinding cinematography. It's an excellent addition to Robert Eggers' filmography, though I'm confident he's capable of far greater works, and this one falls just short of being a masterpiece. Even so, it is one of the most artistic revenge thriller films released in recent years.
Personally, I'm a huge fan of cinematography, and this film raises the bar and does not disappoint. There…