I love musicals. Movie musicals. Stage musicals. All of them. And this was one of the best ones I've seen in a long time. It's just a good story with relatable characters that you just feel for the whole time. The music is fantastic and the choreography is so good. It's a great time and I'm so glad I've been able to see it in theaters.
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What is this movie? Like it's awesome and confusing and beautiful and quiet all in one. While not the greatest Sci-Fi movie (don't @ me), the camera work is fantastic. The special effects for 1968 are fantastic and really just mind-boggling. However, it goes on for all the time. Some scenes of just looking at stars while Strauss is playing for minutes on end. I did, however, love towards the end when all sound just stopped as HAL throws Frank.…
To be honest, this movie is really helping understand the appeal to Tarantino's work. I've seen only a couple others before this and I fully expected to not really like this because of all the hype everyone has for this movie. However, I truly really liked it. It reminded me of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, (the other one of his movies I really liked). And another part being it didn't end in a bloodbath like Inglourious Bastards (the…
It's a Seth Rogen rom-com. There really isn't more to it than that. It is a very fun movie that checks all the rom-com boxes but it is always so fun to see Charlize Theron genre switching and killing it. Also, did anyone really recognize Andy Serkis under all that makeup? I sure didn't. But overall it's just a fun movie.