This lives up to the description of Scream meets Groundhog Day, it was a good, fun watch that doesn't outstay it's welcome with a tight enough run time to tell the story properly and not be too baggy.
It has the same flaws as the first film, but also the same positives. It's a fun ride, and I can't hate a film that made me laugh that hard as many times as it did.
These films are the modern iteration of what the Moore-era Bond films were, although they lean much heaver into the comedy and surrealism.
I can't really put into words just how good this film was.
It was bold, inventive and it really got to the heart of what punk meant to people and what it should be about.
The "Teenage Kicks" sequence where it first gets played on the radio is one of the best moments I've seen in a film in a long time, it was a moment of pure joy that made me tear up.
The film is easily going to…
At times it felt lost in where it was going, but after the 2nd half of this film pulls it altogether so well and it got the ending it deserved, sudeikis' performance in this was pitched just right, it switched at the right point and yeah...this was really good. I went in knowing virtually nothing and I'm glad I did because it blew me away.
This film reminds me of A Monster Calls and would make an interesting double bill.