It’s short, sweet, and to the point and I couldn’t really ask for anything else. Ok that’s a lie definitely more Rihanna and maybe a bit more story, but I still enjoyed this immensely. Between Donald Glover’s charisma, the lively music numbers, and the gorgeous visuals, Guava Island is extremely delightful from start to finish.
It's pretty good when the film deals with the heavier themes of death and grief and when the cast has something to work with and then it dips into depressing and shitty horror fare. Not that the scary bits are bad (for the most part they are filmed pretty well and develop a slower moving tension than usual) but the dramatic pieces are the more interesting ones at play here. To have this movie really work it should have been…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
After the attack on Metropolis, Superman is either seen as a god, saving people in the face of utter doom and distress, or as an unjustified alien, bringing his war to Earth. Fearing the worst, Bruce Wayne/Batman decides that Superman needs to be contained. So Batman takes it upon himself to fight Superman, hence BATMAN V SUPERMAN.
I was fearing for the worst going into BVS. A 30% on Rotten Tomatoes and a 44 on Metascore made my expectations very…