Resident Damien Chazelle Stan
[So watered down it removes the message it's trying to portray]
Prefacing this review, the original Mean Girls is one of my favorite movies of all time and I also find the Broadway show entertaining. I think that the edge and abrasive style of the writing allows the story to be one of the most ridiculous yet realistic satires of High School life. Each performance and its respective characters have become iconic and the amount of gut-busting quotable lines are…
Not bad at all just not my thing. I'm not really a big fan of the "Cartoon Network ESC" art style but it is well animated. The cast is also talented but not cast super well, especially the Joker. The writing can be clever but because this is definitely aimed at a younger audience it still has some pretty cheap laughs. The movie is also like double as long as it should be, there is definitely a slump around two-thirds…
I had a lot of fun with this one. Obivously it's a kids movie so the plot isn't amazing but it does a perfectly fine job. The animation is drop dead gorgeous and I love all the character designs. All of the voice cast does a great job and never got in the way of the movie, including Chris Pratt. The score is fantastic and whoever arranged it deserves an Oscar. Some of the references are really obscure and were a ton of fun. It lived up to all of my expectations.
I can't believe that they managed to top the original. Obviously the animation is jaw dropping and had me staring in awe throughout the entire runtime. I love how every character and universe have their own distinct art style that is gorgeous to watch. Despite the massive cast of characters each one has a very distinct and fun personality. The inclusion of characters like Miguel O'hara, Ben Reilly, and Spider-Punk had me smiling every time they entered a scene spicing…