introverted dumbass cinephile
I try to write cliche/basic reviews whenever I can
logging since December 2015
I saw this back on Saturday but I’ve been so mentally & physically exhausted these past few days that trying to watch & review movies have felt like too much effort for me, but I’m slowly getting back up there.
Everyone has pretty much all said the same shit about this one, so I’m not gonna try to stand out with any opinion on it.
It’s hilarious as hell, the battle sequences are kino (I don’t give a shit about how inaccurate…
Stronger, meaner, more epic.
Reeves takes his calculated direction into a sequel that blow every expectation out of the water and subverts all expectations.
Serkis is once again mind-blowingly terrific as Caesar, giving probably his most subtle & Shakespearean performance yet.
Kebbell rules as Koba, easily one of the coldest and cruelest cinematic villains to come in the new millennium.
Also helps that the human drama doesn’t feel forced or weak at all and helps make the story even stronger.
The attack against the humans is some of the coolest, most dramatic, and heartbreaking action cinema of the 2010s.
You are not ape.
I can't wait to walk into the theater for IT and see a bunch of disrespectful and uncaring teenagers snapchatting, texting, and talking the whole time while screaming and whimpering at every second that Pennywise is on, and me just sitting there wanting to beat the shit out of every single one of them but instead just attempt to ignore them and watch the film.
Why does today's teenage generation have to ruin (most of) the theater experience?