I love seeing haters get upset over this movie because it turned out to be so good and fun. Stop commenting on it being sexist and mysogynistic, and yes, I am referring to toxic fanboys giving this half a star. Despite this being one of the shortest marvel movies, Nia DaCosta did an amazing job, the power switching was so cool, the trio worked out so well and that post credit was crazy, but I won't do any spoilers. I will definitely rewatch it when it hits Disney+.
The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes is such a powerful and tragic movie. It felt kind of slow-paced in some scenes, and I wish we could've seen more arenas, but aside from that, I loved it. Rachel Zegler is a show stealer; her version of The Hanging Tree and the rest of the soundtrack are such a blessing to my ears. Seeing Hunter Schafer on the big screen filled me with so much happiness; she deserves it…