Takes me back to the 90s, especially Mortal Kombat
The point where Michael Keaton’s character realizes Peter is Spider-Man is probably one of the 5 best moments in the Marvel movies. Keaton turns on the whole dangerous crazy.
Reviews have been good so far. Honestly, I felt they went downhill after Mi2 but I really liked the previous one (Rogue Nation) so hoping to see some good action especially from the Mustache of Steel UPDATE Review(No spoilers): Guys, Guys, Guys! You gotta watch this one. THE best Mission Impossible movie of the…
Featuring Eleven from Stranger Things and all the Kaijus. Yes, literally all of them.
Finished this just now. Really good film.
Introducing the boy child to the last of the V8 Interceptors.
Watching it with the boy. Not only is it a fun movie, but the version on Amazon Prime looks amazing. Crystal clear and so much early 80s naval aviation goodness. Lots of Tomcat and Coursair content. Top Gun 2 needs to be a sequel to this with the carrier opting to intervene in WWII.
Wife and daughter are out of town. Time to further the boy’s movie education.
A reminder that the first 10 minutes of Up are both lovely and heartbreaking. Don’t wait for adventure.
Thinking of watching it tonight. How is it- Good? So bad it’s so good? Wait for the DVD? Skip it and save your money?
Blue Ray Director’s cut coz that’s how we roll
Anyone read the book Mortal Engines? I haven’t, but the first line itself if somewhat intriguing-”It was a dark, blustery afternoon in spring, and the city of London was chasing a small mining town across the dried-out bed of the old North Sea.”
Yup. It’s shit. Ham-Fisted is the word that comes to mind. The visual effects, the action, the editing (jump cuts are making my eyes twitch), camera work- tone, contrast, hue, sound, acting, characters, dialog, plot, “humor”.
First off, my wife and I are Star Wars fans but not one of those hardcore rabid fans who over-analyze and nitpick everything. I have always enjoyed the movies, even The Last Jedi (but not the prequels except in parts, I won’t go that low)
Paul Rudd and Sam L Jackson are always Paul Rudd and Sam M jackson in every movie.
Found another one (I think)!
Reminds me of
This is probably the worst car movie of all time. No, I have not watched Red Line yet...
And you know what?