I have been wanting to see this for a very long time, and finally! Anyway, I am just so glad that it did not disappoint. I don't know if it's because a lot of it was so familiar and iconic now because of all the memes, but it was just so fun to watch. There were still a lot of funny moments, and for me, the story is still pretty effective today. The actors all did amazing, too. There were…
The performances are definitely the best thing about this film, especially Barry, but the productions, settings, and cameraworks were pretty good too. The story was also mostly engaging, and as I'm sure most people here know, there were a lot of surely disturbing and shocking moments that actually made it a better experience. I did not really guess any of the twists, but they were not that mind blowing in my opinion. They kinda made the end not that satisfying.
"I don't think you're a spider. I think you're a moth." – Venetia Catton
It's truly understandable how this universe expanded so much because of this movie. Even on a rewatch, I still think this is an effective horror film. There are dull moments now, and I noticed a few characters being kinda stupid. But the way the story was told is really terrifying, but very intriguing, too, especially the backstories. The cinematography and sounds also helped a lot in making the scenes creepier than they are. In fact, although I already predicted most…
Before Wanda and Peter was introduced in this universe, Natasha was my one and only favorite character. So, I was very excited when her solo movie was finally announced, although I still think this should have been released, you know, before Vormir. Anyway, this got delayed so much that it became my most anticipated film for two years. And it's finally here. I'm not that disappointed, but I guess I could say I'm not that satisfied, as well. It's just…