The real-life story of the Von Erich brothers is heartbreaking, but "The Iron Claw" failed to crush my heart as it definitely should have. The first half of the movie is genuinely good, where we're introduced to the brothers, their tight bond, as well as the "Von Erich curse". However, the movie falls apart during the second half, where the deaths start coming and they don't stop coming as the movie speeds through them…
In January 2017, I saw three masterpieces that I rated with 5 stars: "La La Land", "Casablanca" and "The Godfather".
Then, in January 2020, I saw the next movie which also warranted 5 stars, Greta Gerwig's "Little Women".
4 years have passed since then, marked by lots of changes in both the world and my own life - some for the worse, others for the better. Now, at last, I have finally…
I am in the minority of people who don't like this movie. It just didn't click with me.
Top 5 reasons why:
1.John Cusack's character is incredibly annoying and him breaking the fourth wall has no real place or need in the story, which is lackluster by itself.
2.All relationships were incredibly boring. Only his current one with Laura was okay.
3.The editing was bad in my opinion. It was really boring at times and it lasted way too long.…
Akira was one of the most disappointing movies I have ever seen. The movie looks gorgeous, no doubt. But I found everything else lacking. The beginning was okay, the stuff with the bike gangs, but then it turned into a really weird sci-fi movie. No doubt it's influential, but I really didn't like it. Sorry.