Michael Bay, Rob Zombie, and Zack Snyder are pretty cool, baby.
What a glorious mess of a movie. I loved it, but I could've loved it even more.
Normally, any flaws in my boy, Snyder's, films reside at story level. Here, however, they extend to the dialogue and the cinematography. This is Snyder's coming-out party as a writer (or co-writer) of original content, and as a cinematographer, and he's definitely got a ways to go in both departments. Some of the dialogue could use polishing by a more gifted wordsmith (those…
“Don’t talk shit about Laurie Strode. She will fuck you up.”
Look, I have a tendency to get caught up in the hype of movies I’m really excited for when I first see them, so take my excited thoughts with a grain of salt. Jennifer Salt. Like No Time To Die, my opinion could lessen upon a repeat viewing. Also consider the fact that I overheard some negative comments from a couple theater goers as I was exiting.
It’s rare for me to watch a new movie multiple times in such a short period of time, but I just couldn’t wait to visit Haddonfield again. I would’ve seen it last night had I had the opportunity. I haven’t been able to get it out of my head for two days straight. I’ve been obsessing over what is just such a pitch-perfect piece of fan fiction. Compare this to something like Texas Chainsaw 3D, which feels like fan fiction…