Secretly an anime cat girl in middle school.
Hawaiian Airlines had this for some reason, so I decided to give it a shot even though I had only seen the first of the two seasons this movie is clearly referencing. At first I was impressed with the use of "watery" sound effects and wondered where it was leading. Then the characters started talking and I realized those sounds were not intentional but rather because the headphone jack for my seat was busted. Fortunately, this version was subtitled, so…
My other grand Hawaiian movie experiment - will watching a movie with absolutely God awful marketing be improved simply by virtue of being there? The answer: ...maybe a little, yeah. (I had a Bahn Mi hot dog too, that probably helped.)
Let me put it this way: whenever Tahar Rahim is on screen or the movie tries to be a "period piece," it's hilariously bad, absolutely hysterical. When Dakota Johnson and the girls are onscreen, it's just regular Morbius bad…