The best part about this movie was seeing how the printing press worked. It made me root for The Times over The Post, the feminist character was the least competent person in the movie, and it was completely lacking in subtlety. I came out feeling disgusted that this was the best they could do, and that they had the gall to market the movie as feminist.
Enter the Dragon was the worst martial arts movie I've ever watched, and this is coming from someone who has watched a tonne of Chinese martial arts movies while growing up, most of them crappy and aimed at children. What I think is largely to blame here is the absolutely god-awful choreography and sound design. Supposedly fantastic martial artists are just throwing out wild, wide swings that are ridiculously inefficient and can't possibly look good to anyone, martial artists who…
Oh, this one was good. They recycled the overall plot, but it looked better, the characters were much more developed than anyone in the previous movies had ever been, and the villain had depth and internal struggles and more to his character than just 'evil'. Little yellow glasses granny was a cutie, I wouldn't mind a plushie of her.
Anyway, if I were this movie, I wouldn't want to be associated with the rest of the Star Wars movies.
Promotional material was 10/10, they're still on cereal boxes and microwave popcorn packets even in February.
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The Midnight After is a great pilot episode of a very promising television series, bombarding us with mysteries and questions about almost every aspect of this world. While there were a few inconsistencies, all would have been forgiven, had further episodes lived up to the expectations it created. However, when you take into account that this is in fact a movie, the moth holes transform into the gaping craters that teach us more about trypophobia, than the world in which…