Very well acted, a fun horror film with a nice "supernatural" (I think you can call it that) tweak to it. David Bruckner delivers a tight Brtish horror which is a surprise given he is American, there is usually a barrier but he delivers it well. The film doesn't rely on jump scares throughout, it is clouded in mystery and vagueness, which just adds to the film, overall it's a very fun watch and at only 90 or so minutes,…
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This is just a placeholder until a rewatch next week. I thoroughly enjoyed the film though, first time I have found Goslinger tolerable as an actor. The visuals were absolutely stunning, the film did drag a little in the middle, but that could have to do with starting it at 12:30 am. There was definitely some unanswered things that are bothering me. Why the specificity of 6.10.21 without any answer? Plus there was a lot unanswered about Wallace (Leto), like…
Ryan Coogler nails it again, Coogler and Jordan are becoming a powerhouse team in Hollywood. This even more so important for Jordan to get from under the F4 stigma. Black Panther is wonderfully acted, beautifully shot and incredibly directed. It is truly one of the best instalments in the MCU, possibly the best solo film to date, bring on Infinity War because I NEED me some more T'challa and Wakanda!
The visual effects in the film were phenomenal, there was a minute or so at the beginning that felt a little off, but I think that was just me. After that the battle scenes were amazing, in my opinion second to none in comic films, it was as beautiful to watch as the action in say "Edge Of Tomorrow". There was some scenes that seem so flawlessly made that they could easily pull off being real life events. Stand out…