With an intersectional queer/postcolonial feminist framework in mind.
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The only good thing about this movie is the ending. Also, I'm not surprised John Watts still doesn't know how to shoot Spider-Man especially when it comes to web slinging. It's amazing what fictional characters with no chance of ever logically existing do in some out-of-place fan-service disguised as a movie, as an event, not an actual film.
The pacing is underwhelming, especially the first half, a clunky sporadic mess, mostly because we already knew what’s gonna happen. It’s too…
It’s really brilliant and captivating, and not nearly as bloody as I was led to believe. I'm surprised to find this the gentle, introverted type of horror movie squeamish people can enjoy. It’s still really disquieting, but it’s just not especially gross. It also has some really amazing, charismatic performances from Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke.
This is precisely as atrocious as a heterosexual Christmas romance on Lifetime, except that it's with gay leads, which I guess is something gay men who live in 2020 should be grateful for.
Hey, at least the boring gay couple is not in a tedious subplot. Instead, the gay guys are in a tedious main plot. So Bravo!