Just a little bit too much in comparison to the first one. Don’t get me wrong I didn’t hate it, but it’s just a classic case of the sequel being half as memorable it’s predecessor
I would be extremely disappointed if ScarJo or Driver don’t win. Their monologues were in a league of their own. I personally think there hasn’t been a movie that convinces the audience of interpersonal normality at this level. The realism in each scene and line are what will make this movie stand the test of time.
Ok so two little notes to make for this movie:
People were disappointed in the jerky movement of Holland and the high energy he brings to the character. Also the fact that his suit is super OP makes some people feel uneasy about the MCUs take. But that’s the entire point, Holland plays a vital part in understanding how the comics portrayed him: a super excitable, awkward but not over doing it (cough cough MacGuire), puberty stucken teenage that just…
Eighth Grade offers insightful cometary on the difference between being an adult and what it’s like being an adult. Extremely relatable, funny in a dainty way, Eighth Grade allows for an understand of situational stigmas that the main character faces. Being a well esteemed comic, Burnham finds a balance between satire and seriousness in a screenplay that is utterly astonishing for a rookie to do. This is a movie that a hoary old generation can’t find an enjoyable, while remaining…