I'm conflicted. This may technically be one of the worst movies I've ever seen. But maybe I liked it...
DBF rating: 💉💥🍆😠
This is a great kids movie. I really liked it growing up and I remember it scaring me. And that's good, scary kids movies don't really exist anymore.
As an adult I can't say it holds up. It's quite hard to get through, in fact. But the story itself is pretty great, but I entirely attribute that to Roald Dahl. This had to have inspired Ratatouille right?
Logan uses nostalgia from within its own franchise to make an emotional impact. It uses the success of Deadpool to showcase the true vulgarity and violence Wolverine is supposed to show.
This is hands down the best X-Men movie to date, and because of my love for them, dammit a superhero movie made me cry.
The only reason it's not a 5 continuity with its previous films, but this movie did it's damnedest to right the wrongs.
Denis Villenueve and Roger Deakins are my favorite Hollywood couple.
I saw the original Blade Runner for the first time this past year. It was still incredibly visionary despite being over 30 years old.
Blade Runner 2049 somehow manages to do the same without ripping it off. Truly a one-of-a-kind film and it was never stale or predictable. And such a beautiful, honest way to end it. Plus, those colors!