Movie lover all the way!
A very entertaining crime comedy, with some of the finest work from Cage, Rockwell, and Lohman, as the latter perfectly looks and plays a 14 year old.
Scott's direction and the editing is effective and suitably showy, to convey Cage's mindset, the script is well-written, and Zimmer's score is snappy fun.
This is a teen drama, that features loads of sex, nudity, partying and subplots. So tell me why Mentiras y Gordas ended up being dull and so uninteresting to watch?!
The beautiful cast tries their best, with Ana de Armas being the best aspect, the electro soundtrack is catchy, and MAYBE one subplot involving lesbians was cute, but that, along with the sex and nudity (there's an infamous scene with de Armas and a guy in a bathroom, if you know, you know) can't make up for the bad writing and sluggish pacing.
Birds of Paradise would've hit harder it it was queer. Fret not, there's still a bit of homoeroticism, so crumbs are better than nothing for the Diana fans.
Silvers and Froseth are really good and make no mistake, the direction is slick and artistic, but BOP lacks a little something. Could it be that the story feels Black Swan and Suspiria lite, or familiar, but the execution isn't strong? Maybe, who's to say.
Disney, you fucking cynical, lazy bastards.
You bought Fox, to basically reheat original leftovers. Fox is also guilty, as they made bad Home Alone sequels, 4 and 5, but goddamn, Home Sweet Home Alone truly serves no purpose, other than financial gain.
There's really not much to say about this reboot/sequel-ish? It's almost identical to Home Alone, with some changes here and there (one major one in the third act, but it's the definition of too little, too late), with…