Hi, I make mediocre reviews of movies.
This was way funnier than I expected it to be. Most of the actors had a least one or two good lines and the film went by at a pretty good pace. Leslie and Grant were the highlights for me, though I also thought Kayo as the scientist was really funny.
Yeah, the jokes aimed at Trump are as weak as you would expect from a left-leaning comedy special and I was a little sad they didn't rip into Kamala the way they ripped into Biden. There is so much easy material to use on her.
This was a really fun film. Keery does a great job in the lead as the attention-addicted serial killer and Zamata is really good as the film's final girl. I also liked the film's sense of humor. It did a good job of balancing the humorous moments with the more serious stuff.
Also, it's so refreshing to see a film made about the internet and social media where the directors and writers actually know what they're talking about.
This was exactly what I wanted it to be. Two giant monsters beating the crap out of each other accompanied by some beautiful visuals and fantastic cinematography. Yeah, the human stuff is boring as hell and borderline cringy at times (I'm looking at you Millie Bobby Brown subplot) but the fight scenes between Kong and Godzilla make up for those parts.
I love the introduction of MechaGodzilla at the end and the team-up between Kong and Godzilla to fight him was pretty sweet. Though the way they ended up defeating him was kinda anticlimactic. Hopefully he'll have a more epic final fight in a future film.