how come no one had given me the memo that this film is intentionally hilarious
anyways, the child actors are great, excited to see them in whatever project they have next
I came here expecting to get brainless fun - which is pretty much exactly what I had - these kind of films really need the right kind of mood for you to enjoy it. Despite that, some scenes are really tedious to watch (which is tolerable since I am in an environment where I can skip it), mostly because of the shitty script.
Larry Fong continued to grace me with his beautiful cinematography with all his ~extra-ness -- Tom Hiddleston…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Disclaimer: after the last two years, where I started reviewing/analyzing film in a more serious way, I find myself sometimes ending of the opposite of spectrum with the critics. I hated The Big Short to the point that I can't finish it. I hated Boyhood. I liked Man of Steel.
And I loved this film. And maybe you can put to perspective of how much I was excited for this film, how much biased I am for DCEU, how much…
While so many might dislike the sentimental Korean brand melodrama that infuse this film, I think I very much prefer the bond the characters have with each other and the way this film focuses on helping other people instead of the usual skeptic Western-brand of 'every man for himself' trope. Also: in less than two hours it succeeded on being one of the best in the zombie genre, and had done more creatively (and emotionally) than a certain series have done in their multiple seasons.
Also: jancuk bapak-bapak yang itu pengen gue injek-injek tai.