I genuinely love Do America and think it is an actual great movie. The movie and the show are examples of how to do dumb humor well. While this isn't as good as the first movie, it still is super funny and put a smile on my face to see these dudes again. It's the exact right length, jokes don't overstay their welcome, and watching these guys in the modern world could have gone terribly in terms of jokes but…
It's fine. A lot better than the usual type of movies with tons of IP crossovers. Often the jokes are just references, and it tends to explain the jokes too much to where it's no longer funny as it could have been. But generally speaking, it's better than I expected and did get a couple of chuckles out of me.
People recently have complained about the modern horror movie and its reliance on jump scares. With the recent film The Babadook, it has shown audiences that there are great horror movies out there not relying on cheap scares. It Follows is another great example of new horror movies that more rely on psychological horror and a lingering evil than just jump scares.
This film directed by and written by David Robert Mitchell is about a young woman who is pursued…
This film is an experience. The plot and any sense of making sense are secondary. The film goes from comedy, mystery, and drama sometimes in just one scene. It's about what it is like to be in the mind of someone during the 60’s and 70’s. You go on a trip and haze with the character and it gives you an idea about what it is like to be on a drug fuel.
There are so many great side characters…