A solid blockbuster that takes all the tropes you know by heart and give them a loving, and at times smart, make over. It's incredible how Dwayne Johnson has reinvented the disaster movie in his last few films and Skyscraper is the next hit on his list that is familiar and has all the usually cliches you'd expect except they improve on certain things here and there. Example: Everybody is competent in this film, no one is an idiot and…
What a dense, dense, documentary. What I thought would be a simple drawn out film is actually an iceberg of astonishing information. Bravo in all who crafted this film. There were a few times where I was lost and needed a bit more info, but otherwise this is a very well documented step by step occurrences of the Russia-Olympics doping scandal.
As someone who has never seen an episode, and isn’t connected in anyway to Mr Rogers from nostalgia, or whatnot, I left the theater with a lot of emotions. This is a beautiful, tearjerker, warm blanket that everybody needs. The perfect movie to come out in this treacherous climate.