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The Matrix franchise might be one of the weirdest and most unique. Bold even. The first is a sci-fi juggernaut that creeped up on the cultural zeitgeist and completely turned the movie business upside down. It's bullet time concept was parodied, copied, and milked to oblivion for years.
Before I state my opinion on Resurrections, I must acknowledge the value of the Wachowski's. They have the backing and imagination to make the films they want to make. Whether they connect…
Perhaps the most secretive plotline ever, No Way Home delves into uncharted territory with irresistible possibilities. But you can throw all the fan service/easter eggs you want, but you still have to turn out a quality film. Luckily the latest web-slinger tale is just that.
What works here is the ramped up stakes and emotion. The entire planet knows Peter Parker is Spider-man, and worse off, they think very ill of him based on false information. This causes plenty of…
I'll admit I had a similar reaction coming out of H2018 as I did Kills. BUT...the big difference here is my expectations were far lower due to my feeling settling in for the first movie. Kills surprised the hell out of me honestly, delivering punctuated kills, a brewing message throughout of mob mentality, and some pretty shocking surprises in the character department.
Myers is such a force in Kills thanks to Courtney's fine tuned robotic stroll. The "man" is gone.…
Zack Snyder's Justice League is a lesson in proper handling of a story, especially in terms of editing, pacing, character building, and even cinematography. It just feels more cohesive. And the 4 hour runtime only benefits it (Snyder has included convenient chapter points).
If you're a fan of Man of Steel and Batman v Superman, you will definitely be happy as it rounds out the story quite well and offers possibilities to move forward.