i like films, and noises.
It's better than the first. But man I was so hyped up that it was like BETTER better than the first. The first 30 minutes are pretty cool and I like that it's like ' big killing robot protects little teenager' and a comedy duo is implied but jesus can you cool it with the explosions James Cameron?
Only so much random violence looks great and then it just starts becoming a yawn of 'here we go again...'.
Little disappointed. Next stop, Die Hard. That one better not let me down.
A little too much apathy for me. I think this film tries to hard to be a statement, a comedy and a confrontational think piece all at the same time. In turn it creates a very uncomfortable and insensitive structure upon which I either think that some roles are a little obscure and cool or that everything is so overdone in character development that I want to throw up at the pure wealth this movie is made of and making.…
Man this was sad. 175 million dollars put into this!? Nothing new, nothing great. Very long, very very very unapologetically self-indulgent and it's okay Marty; we get it.
Would've enjoyed something a little new maybe from Scorsese right about now but okay let's do a three hour movie with no new morally ambiguous intentions towards the audience.
I walked into this wanting to have qualms but annoyingly none came out. Of course the film is a little alien and everything is just a vessel of things and stuff in bubbles in Wes Anderson's brain but the progression stretches out the film. There's chopped up, individual pacing.
Bill Murray plays the same character he can always play and the soundtrack is really nice.
The film made my heart sore in thoughts of nostalgic montages and sweet desired thoughts and actions. It smelled of boogie pie sitting on the window sill winking at the world's symmetry.