English review with French translation below 🤙
"Everyone has a part of themselves they hide. Even from the people they love most."
Here is a Spider-Man who truly embodies the essence of the character. We missed this in Tom Holland's Spider-Man, where he loses a lot of his charm by being involved in the multiverse and the Avengers' meta-narrative. Here, Andrew Garfield behaves like a real spider, weaving his web in the sewers and creating a cocoon around the Lizard, among other actions. What is also missing…
-We are suppose to be the good guys.
I was really looking forward to this movie, but I was afraid of being disappointed while watching it, as it often happens with most Marvel films. Ultimately, this sequel is a masterpiece. The screenplay is a gem, and the animation is stunning and flawless.
The story is truly coherent and appears believable. The film is long, but superbly well-paced with a lot of narrative innovation. It's captivating and filled with…
«I am become death, the destroyer of worlds. »
Oppenheimer is definitely a film that seems to last three hours. What starts as a surprisingly ordinary biography gradually transforms into something nightmarish and lyrical.
The cinematography brings Oppenheimer's worldview to life in all its beauty and darkness, while the deafening sound design manages to suspend and overwhelm in equal measure.
The screenplay is Nolan's most verbose, supported by an exceptional cast: RDJ finally finds his first brilliant role after Iron…