This is weird as fuck and took me a little while to get adjusted to Ruben's brand of absurdity. You'll either turn it off out of pure confusion or find yourself getting into it's groove and enjoying it for th insanity it is. I'd say I'm the latter, although there was still a lot here that was a little too weird and confusing. It's enjoyable as a whole for me, but it's definitely unique, and certainly not for everyone.
This movie seems to have been mostly forgotten, and those who remember it don't think very highly of it, which is a shame, because this is actually pretty good. There's a lot about this movie I really like or straight up love. I really love the plot here and how it shows how those closest to Superman were impacted by his absence. I love the direction, with the movie being really nice looking and having some of the most thrilling…
John. K is an absolute piece of shit, but I'll forever love his work on Ren and Stimpy, so I was willing to give this a fair shot and separate art from artist. Unfortunately, it's terrible.
The obvious problem is how terrible and unfinished it looks. It combines poorly animated 2D characters with horribly rendered 3D environments and the result is horrendous to look at. The plot and script are terrible as well. It goes on too long for such…
I don't think we'll ever have a move this big ever again. This movie is massive I terms of scale, ambition, and box office success. I'm not sure we'll ever get something like this again. This might be the best experience I've ever had in theaters. This movie has humor, action, and raw emotion littered throughout it's 3 hour runtime, and it perfectly wraps up everything that's been set up since the first Iron Man (except the stuff that Incredible…