Sword and the Scoob rules. Loved Nick Frost as Merlin. The humor is substantially better than in Happy Halloween Scooby-Doo and I really like the storyline in this movie. I could have used some more iconic Scooby and Shaggy moments, but overall I LOVE Scooby-Doo and I really enjoyed this movie.
I suppose its only fitting that Spectre goes back to the roots of the series. And by that I mean its dreadful, with wooden acting, flat camerawork, and a terrible storyline. I knew the "twist" of the film going in, but it was still pretty bad regardless of my prior knowledge. It doesn't have any actual weight to anything, but the movie sure wants to convince you it does. It also completely destroys the timeline of…
An absolute delight through and through. A celebration of friendship and love and a hilarious celebration at that.
Tied together by brilliant chemistry from Segel and Rudd, this is the type of movie that consistently makes me laugh and smile. A few rough patches here and there, but it tears through them like a mad demon from hell just by having so much fucking positive energy.
My humor is pretty dumb, which is fine, but still, to me, the slapping…
Well fuck me, I liked one of these movies. Sure Afterlife still has its fair share of problem, a lot of it relating to its pacing, its stupid workarounds to avoid an ever escalating power level for Alice, and a few of its more boring characters, but this is such a substantial improvement over all the earlier entries.
Alice is at the very least somewhat engaging as a character this time around. I found myself being…
Maybe it is the fact that I am not an edgy teenager anymore, but being controversial and edgy for the sake of being edgy or as some convoluted attempt at humor isn't funny to me. And that is all this comedy special is. Dave Chappelle says something controversial or just really fucking shitty and people laugh. It isn't ever even a joke. Instead he just pretty much says "I don't like trans people" to thunderous applause.
Now I haven't seen EVERYTHING Scooby-Doo related yet, but I am pretty well versed in the series. I have watched 99% of the movies, have seen three or four of the series, and have read extensively on the lore (yes there is Scooby lore and it's amazing). Going into this film I was very scared. Scooby-Doo is one of my all time favorite media franchises, and the outlook for this was not looking good. I went into…