On paper, Moon Knight is great. Oscar Isaac unsurprisingly carries the show on his back. But when I paid attention to the (sometimes small) details, it often took me out of the show. Let's just say it was campier than I expected.
But I've been complaining about the runtime of these Marvel Studios shows and that won't stop here. They've all been shorter than the average Netflix show. I think these types of stories work better with at least 8 hours a season and clearly Kevin Fiege disagrees.
I really wanted to love Mulan (2020). I didn't hate it by any means but I wanted to love it like I love the 1998 adaption.
First off, I've been a huge defender of Mulan (2020) since it was announced. Whenever someone complained Mulan would deviate from Disney's live-action formula and cut out the talking sidekicks and music, I explained why it needed to do exactly that. Mulan (1998) was always different from its peers. It was not a romance.…
I'm just gonna say it: The Invisible Man is this generation's Halloween.
I haven't seen a movie this white-knuckling since Don't Breathe and Elizabeth Moss kills it and cements herself as an immediate scream queen. The Invisible Man is an instant classic that will be talked about for generations to come.