Further proof that the M:I franchise is the gold standard for modern-day action blockbusters. I could watch Tom Cruise do crazy, death-defying stunts all day.
This is bleak. Genuinely abominable filmmaking that feels like a 30-year setback for the superhero genre as a whole. The fact that I've seen people unironically praise this movie for feeling like a "90s cartoon" is so bizarre to me. How the fuck is that a good thing?
Go see Across the Spider-Verse instead. Please support something that actually feels like a labour of love and not a soulless, corporate shell of a product.
The cinematic multiverse trend is so conceptually dry and I hope it dies out sooner rather than later.
What the fuck can I say? It's Snakes on a Plane! It has Samuel L. Jackson yelling at people, terrible CGI snakes, gore, nudity and shitty dialogue. The best way to watch it would be with some friends, but I watched it alone because I'm a lonely fuck with no social life. Anyway, it's a fun B-movie. Nothing more, nothing less.
"Within cells interlinked"
Yesterday I rewatched Blade Runner 2049 and while I still didn't love it, I liked it slightly more. But after it was over, I couldn't stop thinking about it; moments from the film kept playing in my mind, Han Zimmer's grand score was still ringing in my ears and Roger Deakins' masterful cinematography is now engraved into my eyes. I also kept thinking about the film's themes and symbolism, and…