I’ll go. And I’ll stay. And we’ll be okay.
An Irish Goodbye 2022
The Irish OWNED this past year in movies, damn. This was so incredibly touching and sweet, and had such a strong sense of humour that ensured it maintained engaging throughout. It was also shot genuinely really well, and both lead performances were fantastic! I highly recommend it: it’s on BBC iPlayer in the UK for free :)
Army of the Dead 2021
Sometimes it’s a little too dumb, and some of the script had some pretty weak moments, but Snyder’s own great cinematography, a cool ensemble cast, fantastic action, an awesome score and a one or two decent scares and thrills paired with a new take on the zombie genre make Army of the Dead an absolute blast, though those two and a half hours felt like they dragged, and it’s fucking incredible that this was done on a 90,000,000 dollar budget.
Easy peasy lemon squeezey
Zack Snyder's Justice League 2021
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Shoddy-at-times CGI, an aspect ratio that I’m still unable to love (though you get used to it pretty easily), borderline too much slow motion and a slow ass motherfucking first half may take away from this film, sure, but there is so much more that elevates it above a majority of superhero/comic book movies, especially some in the last couple of years.
First of all I just love the cinematography! I think the slow-mo is over used, but the cinematography…