I love how little they cared about sound balancing back in the day. But I’m sure if I woulda said that in the 60s I would have been told, “Yeah Dan, guns are supposed to be loud.”
And that’s a statement that I just can’t argue with.
This movie, much like the last mcu adventure, is hard to talk about fully without spoilers, so I’m going to be extremely vague.
This has some incredible pacing, moment one it kicks off and wastes no time getting where it’s going. There’s many cool set pieces, but it really doesn’t hold back anything up front. Raimi sure crammed a lot in there.
It’s amazing how different Marvel movies can feel when directors are able to put some flavor in there.…
That wall scene you thought was funny in the trailer, is so much funnier in the full film. I kept giggling like an idiot to myself about it for the rest of the movie.
I’m so glad this ended up so good. The first two acts are incredibly creative. The last acts becomes more stock but at that point there wasn’t much the film could do to sour my taste.
Just a blast.
I’m here for the Cage renaissance, whatever we decide to call it.
The urge to write this in runes and make you all translate it is very tempting.
I love the influx in Nordic experiences we’re getting lately. I love my marvel Thor but the actual myths are so insane and out there that to just dabble in them gets me excited.
This is a brutal, gory, grotesque, frigid, emotional march of pain and fury. It’s snow, ice, blood and fire from beginning to end. It looks, sound and just feels so of another world that it’s hard to imagine these are human experiences.
I’m pretty a little biased due to my metal drumming background but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t have a good bit of fun here.
On this surface it’s nothing new but the homages to the legends of the sound pushed this past just a passing grade to me.
Plus I can attest to that War Pigs is a massive pain to learn. That 6/8 messes with you for a while. If they actually learned that I give the actors major props. If not it was a good impersonation.
Morbius examplifies what comic book films used to be, a self serious mess that didn’t take its out source seriously. We are very lucky to be living in a time where the genre has boomed and for sure we don’t have to deal with as many missteps as we used to. But that just means when one does it hurts all the worse.
Micheal Morbius is not an A-list villain, so I had hoped that the studio would let this…