The funniest movie of the year.
--At this point I really can't tell if M. Night Shyamalan is seriously putting on a massive troll job.
I got to see this on the big screen for the first time and I'm so glad I did.
The action is non-stop and so fun the two hour runtime just flies by. The score is iconic. The cinematography is iconic. The set pieces are iconic. The characters are iconic. The action scenes are iconic. The humor is iconic.
Crazy Nic Cage is the best Nic Cage
No spoilers - It's wild that this and Indecent Proposal were released in back-to-back years. They're essentially the same film, one a comedy, the other, a drama. The concept does work well with both genres so I can see why a studio would give it a shot.
Mr. Miyagi & Sato in a Karate Kid II mini-reunion.
This was the 3rd film in my the 77th Letterboxd Scavenger Hunt
I'm shooting for 365 this year so I thought it might be fun to finish a challenge.
Bruno Mars as Little Elvis completely stole the scene.
Of the 12 DC animated films I’ve watched on HBO Max, Batman Hush sits in the middle. Not a top entry but nowhere near the bottom. I understand these films are short for a reason, but I would have liked the relationship between Batman/Bruce Wayne and Catwoman/Selina Kyle flushed out a bit more. I thought their interactions throughout the film were some of the best stuff. And despite the flaws, I found the ending quite entertaining.
My ranked list of DC animated features: HERE
Does it bother anyone else how Seth steals the beer from that party? He emptied out laundry detergent containers and filled them with beer! I know they make a 'blue beer' joke about it later in the film, but it still sounds pretty gross and possibly very toxic. Those bottles would have a bunch of detergent remaining in each. And BTW....pouring beer bottles into a container like that would create tons of bubbles. My guess would be 10% detergent, 10%…