put your phone down. skip bathroom breaks. tell the pets to chill. smack the herpes off the cats lips and send them to the litter box. give the dogs their treats before you start. don't talk to your wife/partner/husband/mom/dad/kids. find a nice pillow. turn the lights way down. eat 1/2 a weed gummy. take a sip of brandy. if you are visually impaired put your glasses on. then just let this movie wash over you like a chevy impala in…
the fact that someone had the balls to green light a movie like this, release it exclusively in theaters when it dropped, and for it to not only be loved but successful as well.....tells me that movies on the big screen with shitty poocorn and annoying people on their phones who don't know when to shutup, are nowhere close to becoming obsolete.
I love this movie. it's all over the place in the best ways, it takes chances and it's extremely smart. the fact that people like this actually gives me marginal hope for humanity.
i still give it a 4. amazing world building, sound, characters, cinematography, acting, etc etc but part I is pretty damn amazing overall.
i'm still not sure what's up with the grading. first time i watched this i was frustrated at how dark it was. we watched in a black box theatre and i thought that maybe it had something to do with that projector. i watched this time on an OLED and it was just as dark,…
quick watch for a sat afternoon that's entertaining but ultimately shallow and surface level at best. i hope they come through on the biopic, and i hope they go full on warts and scabs and ugly. there's a crazy story in this guy that's both celebratory but also incredibly sad. i would love to see a deep dive into this man's life, the good and the bad.
rewatch 6.6.23 - even better the 2nd time!
a 1000% pure big screen delightful theatre experience.
very few middle trilogy movies, any genre, know their role as a middle chapter, while simultaneously telling a full middle chapter story while still serving the trilogy as an actual middle chapter without resolution. this movie knows it's role and completely sticks the landing.
you can easily say this is the best spider man movie, you can legit say this is the best animated…
bullet train is the cannonball run of movies set on trains and this is meant as a compliment, and i think that was the point when making it.
it's fun, funny, smart, good action, it's talky, larger than life characters that are not supposed to be real people, good story and the acting is great.
bullet train is going to be this generation's tango & cash and people are going to look back one day upon a TNT rewatch and say....damn…