That was a lot of movie.
A powerhouse crime film of most epic proportions, fuelled by performances from 2 of the greatest to ever do it.
Tom Hiddleston was almost as good on the Graham Norton show.
This is the most original, funny, creative, beautifully absurd thing I have seen in a very long time. Maybe ever if we're talking about absurd specifically.
Never knowing where it's going, meshing genres, not letting it's foot off the gas, it's a blast from start to finish.
Just when you think every story's been told, the Daniels come in and literally shake your brain with all the insanity that ensues in this film. Hitting both the emotional beats and the action set pieces with expert precision in every scene, there's something here for everyone.
Just so incredibly bizarre.
"I showed an AI 1000 hours of MCU movies and asked it to write a script of its own."
Sigh, this was a disappointing one. Feige sold us a dream and we believed him, I mean why wouldn't we. With a title like Multiverse of Madness, who wouldn't be excited. But my general consensus would be that this film is not that. Very little multiverse, very little madness. And that is a true shame.
If you get Sam Raimi, you…