Great first outing by Taylor Sheridan as a director. This dude is a force. Loved the movies he has written, so was very excited for this. Maybe too excited, because I was expecting a little bit more, and was bit let down. I loved the story and certain lines of dialogue were really awesome, but other parts fell a little flat. The visuals and cinematography felt a little under considered, I think, vaguely like a TV movie in some parts.…
What exactly this movie was trying to say, I must admit, I'm not quite sure. But man is it hilarious. And I'm totally fine with it just being that. I think we need more extremely absurd movies out there. The story was extremely bizarre but so heartfelt, I think even my parents would have been laughing, and I really appreciate that. Sometimes its just insanely fun to watch a movie that examines a subject and doesn't necessarily put its foot down one way or another.
I don't want to write too much about this movie because some of my friends still haven't seen it. But I can still say a little bit.
Mostly, I just don't get the hate. Reviewers are loving to hate this movie. Maybe I'm blind, but I just don't see what this film has that makes it so terrible compared to all the other comic book movies. Yeah it's a little disjointed, but it's more cohesive in my opinion than Batman…