I’m gonna be generous with my stars because this was much better than I’d expected it to be lol. Honestly I’ve never been a huge fan of either Jennifer Anniston or Adam Sandler, but they played really well off each other and a lot of the dialogue was actually pretty great. None of the other characters really grabbed me at all and the story itself wasn’t anything special, but it was entertaining enough.
The characters and story feel a lot more fleshed out in this one! And the music is just so iconic, I didn’t care how many times it was repeated whereas I might’ve found it annoying in any other film with any other music.
Interesting how each of the movies have had one main female character and they’ve probably gotten worse with each film instead of better. I guess Elsa was definitely a stronger character than Willie but turned out to…
I don’t think I’ll be able to encapsulate exactly how this movie made me feel, or how much I believe art like this matters, so I’ve decided to keep it simple and just make a choppy list of some of the reasons why I loved it.
•Every scene is meaningful in one way or another. Nothing is filler; everything feels purposeful. And from the fact that she had to wipe water out of her eyes in the pool to the…
Okay I am going to ramble a little and try to keep it spoiler-free! Turns out having to pee halfway through wasn’t an issue because all the water in my body left through my eyes before it could reach my bladder! Luckily I’d say maybe 1/3 of those tears were sad, and 2/3 were happy, so that’s pretty dang superb.
Ahhhhhgggghhhhh JFC so much happened. I am low-key (or should I say Loki hehe) SHAKING from the aftershock of trying…