It's okay. Typical Marvel movie, complete with the formulaic plotlines and predictable third act. Really don't get what all the fuss is about.
Wrote an essay about this movie for my History of Mass Communications class.
Every form of text including a movie, a song, a book or even a poster can leave an indelible mark on its recipient if it is repetitive enough. It is often through such repetitive representations that certain ideas and conditions are normalized to the human subconsciousness. The use of such ideological influences as a means to keep certain philosophies or principles in power, is commonly referred to…
"What the fuck?"
I think I liked the ending more than I should have. A grieving family is visited by a man who claims to be their son's friend.The Guest stars Dan Stevens as the charismatic and enigmatic David Collins. This movie is fast paced and keeps the viewer hooked from the very beginning. With random events taking place when you least expect it, the film never drags. There's nothing exceptional about this movie, but it's easy on the eyes…
"Battle is the Great Redeemer. It is the fiery crucible in which true heroes are forged."
Minor spoilers incoming.
Wow. This movie. Wow.
I’ve been putting off watching this movie for a long time, despite constant recommendations from many friends, because of how it looked. I’m not a huge fan of the whole alien invasion/robots fighting storyline which almost always just uses the plot as an excuse for explosions and mindless action. And from the posters, that’s just what Edge…