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Gave me the same vibes as Romeo + Juliet. Similar to Luhrmann's anachronistic works, A Knight's Tale combines medieval settings with contemporary music. Fun romantic plot, likeable cast and a satisfying ending.
Heath Ledger is wonderful in his first leading role as the brave, young hero. He's very likeable and charismatic, which makes the movie more endearing than it already is. The supporting cast is just as good. Paul Bettany, Mark Addy and Alan Tudyk are a silly and funny…
Super stylish and sexy. Love the stunning cinematography and beautiful color palette with hues of blue and purple. Berlin has never looked better. Plus an unforgettable soundtrack that contains a list of catchy 80s songs.
The action sequences resemble those of the John Wick franchise, in terms of stunt-work and choreography. They are raw and brutal, and most importantly feel realistic, so Lorraine is not a flawless spy who defeats everyone with ease, but rather has to use different techniques…
It's incredible how James Cameron was able to create such an influential 80s movie, despite the low-budget. A dark and gritty slasher with a blend of sci-fi, horror, and action.
Linda Hamilton and Michael Biehn are great and give memorable performances. Their characters are easy to root for, due to the fact that both are ordinary people fighting an unstoppable killer machine. We also follow Sarah's arc about her growing into the badass fighter she would later become in T:2.…
Batman Returns (as a mass murderer)
Way better than its predecessor. Burton was allowed more creative control this time, and it shows. The set-design, costumes and Elfmann's score are marvelous. Gotham City is a character itself. It's snowy and dark, with a sense of melancholy. Outside the Christmas atmosphere and the brief romantic moments, there is only loneliness that exists in the city.
Michael Keaton returns with an improved performance. While I found him to be dull in the first…