My friends say I look like David Arquette and I'm still not sure whether to take it as a compliment.
The 007 franchise pulls a Rise of Skywalker and attempts to erase everything Spectre did. Thankfully, they do a much better job of rewriting themselves than the last SW movie, even if it means reducing Blofeld to an afterthought; the way these films have wasted a born Bond villain like Waltz is criminal.
Daniel Craig's final outing as Bond (this has been repeated so many times in so many ways in reviews and other media, the ending becomes easy to…
Throw Ex Machina and Splice in a blender and you get this derivative yet fun sci-fi romp which is once again about an artificially created being wanting to be human... at least up to a point.
Sure, you can call this a metaphor for the difficulties of parenting and raising kids, but once the big twist is revealed (which can be guessed early) it loses all pretense of being deep and becomes a brutal, all-out action romp with Bourne-style fighting.…
It's not easy to make an absurd satire of nazism which is also an affecting, coming-of-age drama, but Waititi mostly aces it. Hilarious one minute and emotional the next, it's a solid call for togetherness and acceptance in the story of a little boy learning some harsh truths and being a better person for it.