mostly rate movies based on personal enjoyment
I knew going into this that Dreamland had pretty mixed reviews, so I wasn't expecting too much but ultimately got what I wanted out of it. It really is a beautiful little film, despite my three star rating.
Margot Robbie is excellent as always, she and Finn Cole worked really well off of one another which elevated the movie immensely. The cinematography and just some wonderful looking shots helped a lot as well.
All in all Dreamland is a decent film elevated by its cast.
Second viewing of Doctor Strange: in the Multiverse of Madness and I can say that I appreciated it even more. I believe the hype and abundance of rumors surrounding this film hurt it more than anything. I definitely expected more when I was heading into the theater, but here I was able to enjoy it for what it was.
They allowed Sam Raimi to go full on Raimi with a powerhouse performance from Elizabeth Olsen that I wasn't able to…
After several delays, a new director and even a different Batman himself The Batman finally arrived.
Wow, this is just phenomenal. I'm still buzzing.
Thank you Matt Reeves for giving us your vision and take on this iconic character and his world.
I can't imagine how they'll top this with a sequel but I'll be there opening night to see how they try.
When The Gray Man was first announced, I had high hopes. Gosling, Evans, a great supporting cast and the Russo brothers, what could go wrong? Well, the script apparently.
The cast, especially the two main leads save this from being even more mediocre than it otherwise would have been. There's a few cool action sequences, particularly the one in Prague that I enjoyed.
The subplot with Jessica Henwick and Regé-Jean Page drag this down immensely. Every time they're on the…