Fun fact: my parents named me after Tyler Durden. Thanks mom and dad for naming me after one of the most badass mentally ill terrorists in cinematic history!
They played a commercial for the US Air Force right before the movie started and everyone in the theater erupted into laughter.
The New Beverly Cinema screened the three hour and fifteen minute long ‘Redux Cut’ of this projected on IB technicolor 35mm film, and you can definitely feel that runtime, however that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. This feels like a long, nightmarish journey for both the protagonist and the viewer, entranced yet trapped in this surreal and dystopian…
The motion picture event of the century. A cinematic triumph. The gents and I dressed up in our finest attire for the special occasion, and many other moviegoers had the same idea.
Marvel wishes their ‘films’ could hype up the audience as much as The Rise of Gru did.
Jokes aside, this had no business being as fun as it was.
Has none of the 90’s charm that made the original somewhat watchable.
Just an over abundance of references to other pieces of media owned by Warner Bros, and at times forgets to have a story of its own.
Most of the movie just felt like one big advertisement for other WB projects.
LeBron James gives one of the worst acting performances I’ve seen recently in a major blockbuster movie, which is funny considering he literally plays himself.
Got to see this at the Regency Village Theater projected on 70mm film which was EASILY the best movie theater experience I’ve ever had. Watching this in in a beautiful theater full of over a thousand moviegoers who were laughing and crying along with the movie while it was being projected on stunning 70mm was magical.
As for the movie, I mean yeah it’s pretty remarkable. Paul Thomas Anderson managed to make a truck running out of gas the most intense moment of 2021 cinema.