I genuinely loved this film. It’s genuinely funny and the love letter homages to classic horrors make it perfect for me.
Mapping of the Multiverse continues.
One of the better modern MCU installments. The film focuses more on being character driven than action driven. In many ways it reminds me of Iron Man 3. Specifically how it focuses on the effects and consequences events have on the characters. Instead of just moving on and seemingly acting like nothing has happened, this film directly confronts the pressures super heroing would have on a person.
Especially on a person who has taken on…
One of the most underrated films ever made, and one of my personal faves.
A clear response to Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the film presents a similar concept through the lens of the darkly comic, perverted world of the underground cartoonists.
I love the art style, and the overall tone. This film is just the right level of dark surrealism I enjoy and it is clear Bakshi is doing what he can with the script.
That said, the script is…