Let’s be honest with ourselves, objectively this is not a good movie, and it’s not for a lack of self awareness either. If anything, the director, writer, and even the characters in the film, are completely aware of how crazy Nicolas Cage is. Even Alva the secretary thinks he’s weird. Oddly, it’s as though the only person unaware is Cage himself. In his recent interview with GQ, Cage had said that Vampire’s Kiss was his favourite production, and I can…
Finally, the Constantine movie I’ve been waiting for. This is not bad. It’s great to see Matt Ryan reprising his role once again, after Justice League Dark and the Constantine TV series. Be it live action or animated, Ryan continues to nail the character of John Constantine. His character was easily the best part about this film. I have to admit though, this isn’t exactly the best adaptation of the Manchester incident storyline, but it’s still decent enough to entertain…
*Clears throat* let me try to summarise the entire film...
So basically, the quantum ant man of the quantum realm quantumed the quantamer by quantuming the quantumnomic quantums which meant taking quantum’s quantum of solace in the quantum quantums, so that the quantum out of the greater quantumer can derive the quantum from the other quantum quantuming the quaint quantums quantum for quantum purposes, therefore the quantum is the quantum’s quantum.
That just about covers it.