I didn't get to finish this, the theater had to stop the movie with maybe 10-15 minutes left.
Maybe one day I'll see the end.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I went into Happy Death Day knowing almost nothing. It was described to me as "Scream meets Groundhog Day." This honestly is now how I would end up describing it to people.
Right away the spin on the Universal Studios logo pulled me in, it's up there for me with Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010). It then starts off the way a typical shitty slasher film would, but actually manages to pull away from that. After Tree's first death…
Boyhood is one of the greatest films I have ever seen. Everything about it felt so real and genuine, to the point where I honestly forgot I was watching a film at times. It's amazing to me that this was filmed over 12 years, good thing it didn't suck.
I could relate a lot of the events in Mason's life and felt very nostalgic watching it. From Dragon Ball Z to Halo 2 it all brought back great memories of…
This might be my favorite Marvel film to date. It felt very new and fresh and helped introduce me to a group of characters that I wasn't very familiar with.
The visuals were very well done and great to look at. The models of Groot and Raccoon were amazing, I kept forgetting that they were animated. I mean the sheer volume if names in the visual arts section of the film's credits says a lot about the production quality.