Kick-Ass is full of stupid moments and comedy cliches, but it still has some enjoyable moments. Nicolas Cage is great (as always) and the villains were particularly fun to watch. The fight scenes were stylish and had a kick to them, even if they weren't very well choreographed. Overall, Kick-Ass won't join the ranks of the best comedies of all time, but it's still pretty fun.
Mandy is like Beyond the Black Rainbow meets Mad Max. Panos Cosmatos seems to have figured out how to fix almost all of the problems from his previous film while still keeping the gorgeous visual style that made it work. The soundtrack and cinematography are ethereal and mesmerizing. Beyond the Black Rainbow's main problem is that it's just too damn slow. Mandy is still not the fastest movie around, but there's a lot more action and it gets to it…
I expected nothing and I was still disappointed. There isn't a single redeeming quality about this movie. At least The Force Awakens had a few instances of good cinematography and special effects, but The Last Jedi doesn't even have that. I'm not exaggerating when I say that every single aspect of this movie is terrible. It's painfully obvious that no one involved in the production of this garbage cared about it. This is not a Star Wars film, it's a…
A 21st century sequel/reboot to a beloved and unique 80s movie that actually improves on the original in every way? How often does that happen?
Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust is the best kind of sequel: it takes what the original did well (the worldbuilding, atmosphere, and action), and uses it as a starting point to do something new. The post-apocalyptic sci-fi/Gothic horror/gritty western setting of the original Vampire Hunter D is expanded on greatly, with new creatures, new settings, and…