The monster effects were better than this caliber of movie usually has.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
At this point, you have probably already heard about Darren Aronofsky’s newest horror movie, Mother! It got an F Cinemascore and for some reason everyone decided to start listening to Cinemascore. It is one of the most divisive movies of all time, and now that I have seen it, I can totally see why. Not only is it a chore to watch in that special way that all Aronofsky movies tend to be (ie satisfyingly), but it is also visually…
yea, I dug it. Outside Marvel and Star Wars, no one is making blockbusters as consistently good as Guy Ritchie. Sword, sandals, and sorcery are not usually my favorite. They are too dry and self-serious, usually with some Shakespeare-lite dialog. This is basically Lock, Stock, and 1 Magical Sword. Kinetic pace and roguishly charming characters. Pretty good time as long as you can tolerate 2 video game cutscenes passed off as action sequences