Definitely not as good as the first film, but I honestly think that up until the last 20 minutes it’s really not that bad- Has a neat concept that’s mostly well executed, some really cool moments and set pieces, the special effects are terrific, especially for the time, and it’s Spielberg, so it’s at the very least competently directed. The characters are a little weak and underwritten in comparison to the first film, but otherwise, out of all the Jurassic Park sequels, I think this one’s passable.
It's amazing when you watch an older film like Tokyo Story, one praised to the point where it's got a 100% certified rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and yet, it still holds up remarkably.
It's a very slow and patient film definitely, with certain scenes being enacted and plot points revealed purely through dialogue. It's not a classic film in the tradition of The Wizard Of Oz where there's something for everyone to enjoy. It's an unconventional watch, yet a rewarding…
Orson Welles's 1941 masterpiece Citizen Kane is a monumental film, one where just the sheer idea of talking about it is daunting. It's
a film measured by great importance, constantly argued as being the greatest motion picture ever made. Weather you agree or disagree with this, it's undeniable how impactful Welles's feature directing debut has been on cinema since it's initial release.
The title alone has almost become a phrase in itself, essentially used as an alternative way of calling…