popcorn fan who’s seen a few movies
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Avatar: The Way of Water is easily the most beautiful movies I’ve seen to date. James Cameron spoils us again with pushing the limits of what a theater experience can be like. Some may complain and say “not much actually happened”, but it’s about the world-building and immersion in the story that’s so… refreshing to see. The future is bright for Avatar, and I personally went from, “it’s been 13 years, do we need more Avatar?” to, “I need Avatar…
Full of wonder, inspiration, and passion, The Fablemans is a powerful story of not only film, but family as well. Spielberg captures lightening in a bottle once again. Whether you’re a film enthusiast or a fan of rooting for an underdog, there is something here for everyone to appreciate. The only two criticisms I had were that it felt a tad bit too long, and that I thought Paul Dano may have been underutilized. With that being said, the result is still incredible storytelling.
“Clark Griswald was a hero of mine.”
…except Clark Griswald was a fictional character created for comedic purposes, who didn’t sue his own neighbors like a psychopath. This man is actually insane. This is new wave horror and it’s legitimately terrifying that this is a true story.
Need to give credit to one of the neighbors for the best quote of the whole documentary:
“How do you put a fart back in once it’s come out?”
“With great power, comes great responsibility.”
Spider-Man: No Way Home is a dream come true. I laughed hard, I cheered, and I shed some tears in the process. I’m still in shock and can’t believe they were so ambitious and actually pulled this off, because it’s not just fan service, it a very well made movie too! Without going into details, it’s the complete package and I loved everything about it. Hands down, this is the best Spider-Man movie, and it…