Great film with a personality, which was something that I appreciated from the very first scene. It’s a movie about a lot of stuff, but the theme that spoke to me the most was all these different and sometimes broken people trying to find a way to keep going amidst a broken world. Also it’s just an insanely hilarious time with more jokes landing than not. While it’s not the most surprising film and you could predict how it continues…
The Hurt Locker 2008
Hold the camera still for one second, holy fuck.
95 Metascore? Are you fucking serious??????????????
The level of incompetence of some films that the Academy chooses not just to nominate but give awards to is baffling.
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Just shoot me in the fucking head next time. Please, tell me this is all just some inside joke where people just pretend to like this.
Edit: Sleeping off to see if my opinion on the whole thing to change. I'm sorry, but I was struggling to find anything redeeming about this. From my experience, there were a few films which I simply didn't get on my first viewing. The Tree of Life being my first Malick film, Eraserhead being…
I wanted to like this. I truly did. The main reason why I decided to watch this was because it seemed like Marvel was finally doing something different for a change. Apart from the production design and Vision and Agnes being the only characters that weren't absolutely insufferable, I can't seem to find anything of value in here. It either ranges from mediocre to just borderline atrocious.
The music is generically shit, but that's pretty much a given for Marvel.…