Didn't it was possible to be this bored watching a film about a badass robot kicking criminal ass with plenty of gore to go around.
Only saw the 70's film a day ago and decided to hop onto this right afterwards.
It doesn't have the same style of humour, the layered, quick-fire style a lá Airplane, but it's a respectable choice as it might've gotten tiring if used in the mini-series. Instead, the series makes use of a combination of quick cuts and repetition to establish the subbtorn monotone of the operation, yet highlight the gradual shifts in characters' activities.
Yossarian's changing attitude, Milo's establishing…
Maybe it's just me, but I find it's attempts to create spooky moments quite expected and predictable. How it usually goes is that a bunch of people are together interacting normally, no cuts at all, with a lot of pauses to leave room for doubt and unease. Then, someone is acting erratic or is uncomfortable with the current situation, and to add, the discomfort kicks in very suddenly, in obvious contrast to the slow pace of the uninterrupted shot…
Larson and her lackies would like to believe that this is a "personal attack" but this is quite possibly the worst Marvel movie in the MCU, rivalling Norton's Hulk.
As a superhero flick, CM is never put at some semblance of risk and her powers are never properly established. There is no satisfaction in seeing her rampage across the screen because she already has had her powers from the very start.
As a character, CM never evolves and doubles down…