A retelling of Superman if Superman was a complete dicknugget. Theres something there but it never really coelesses. Theres some great scenes but it just feels like they had no real idea what to do with it beyond the half way mark. In broad strokes its great, visceral deaths, creepy kid, decent way of ending it. In the minutiae though it falls apart. Characters turn on dimes, parts take too long while others are way way rushed.
We're all getting a bit older now. Thinking about our mortality and how long we have left on this earth. Now I know you might think I'm going to tell you to not go see MiB and save the time you have left but quite the opposite! I looked at my watch fully knowing well over two hours had passed and yet my watch seemed to only show the passing of around 40 minutes. This film has the power to extend time. If we can harness this power we could all live to be nigh on 300 years old! Tedious, try hard, face slapping blandness of the most shitty shit proportions could make us into bloody Q! MiB3, turns out, was a masterpiece.
(netflix I think)
This was really great. The cover is horrible and I expected nothing from it but ended up loving everything except the last 5mins. Londoner lives in a flat but unbeknownst to him a weird french guy lives in the wall and comes out to fuck with him when he's asleep or at work.
Wrathbone wrote: ↑
Thu Jun 13, 2019 11:52 am
Alan wrote: ↑
Thu Jun 13, 2019 7:38 am
I dislike the MCUs general lack of consequence to global devistation but this takes the piss!
X-mans <> MCU
I know, just same problems.
Also to be fair, the MCU used Civil War to address the consequences of global devastation (and then went on to destroy an international airport because of a pissing contest).
Civil War felt like a little fight with your brother when youre 10. Someone might get a skint knee but nothing that would be a fitting aftermath for a city being torn out the ground and presumably killing thousands of people!
I used to be eVoL but I got better.
I like everything now.