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“Rats are the lowliest and most despised of all creatures, my love. But if they have purpose, so do we all.”
Only Taika Waititi could show up in a movie for 30 seconds and have the best line in the whole thing...
From the first leaked set photo that showed Nathan Fillion, Pete Davidson, and others in those ridiculous costumes, I got good vibes from this. Just from DC Fandome, I got the feeling that Warner Bros. had a…
“It’s alright, it’s okay, there’s something to live for...Jesus told me so!”
This movie is hilarious.
I still can’t believe this is just a documentary about real people and not a scripted comedy. Some scenes are so funny that you’d think it has to be fake. Just another testament to the power of editing because they probably had years worth of footage and were able to make a story out of it. Mark Borchardt makes this film as good…
An 80s teen comedy that holds up pretty well. Kids movies back then were great when they really pushed the limits of what could and couldn’t be in the film. This film really skirts the like of getting very dark, with the kids actually potentially getting killed to still being lighthearted enough to have a random singalong scene. It’s a fine balance that for the most part works. Elizabeth Shue is instantly likable from the opening scene. Just very well casted and a great lead, the kids were a little dull but served their purpose. Overall, it’s a fun and breezy John Hughes-eque adventure.
It’s better than Fear Street but Netflix should just stop trying to make horror because they’re just not good at it. Unless Mike Flanagan is involved, I hear his stuff is pretty good. It’s got some goofiness to this though that I thought was entertaining. The characters are all basically cartoons, it’s hilarious, I loved that. No one in this sounds like a human but that was the best part because the story isn’t winning any awards. The social…
I finally drank the milkshake....I DRANK IT UP!
This film, is this even a film? this SPECTACLE is just an explosion of greatness. now my first viewing, I didn't quite like this film. Day-Lewis was great but I just thought "That's it?" So after seeing so many people praise this for some time now, I just go, "You know what, Gladiator is going to have to wait because I'm rewatching TWBB."
And can I just say...wow. from the opening…