Knowing that Tate’s family approving of the portrayal put me at ease prior to watching the film. I’ve never seen a Tarantino film prior to this one but it didn’t seem like it would be as grotesque and gory as I was aware his predecessors were (and uh, I was kinda right about that). I was impressed that nearly every character we met had some sort of substantial purpose or showcased a strong personality whether they reappear or not. This…
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Watt's Spider-Man showcases a hero who is consistently trying to do better and be better. Innocent, misguided, and awkward, Peter Parker is more down to Earth than the Ant-Man series is. Watts recognizes that to a teenager, their problems always seem bigger than what's actually going on in the world. It's not that Peter ignores the bigger issue but he doesn't want to be responsible for once because he wants to win the girl and focus on himself for once.…
I think this documentary humanizes the Jonas Brothers. It doesn’t give us the dirt we were looking for (it’s very PG compared to Joe’s Vulture op-Ed). Let’s note that this documentary was being made WAY before they intended to get back together which I think kind of hurt the direction of this documentary but at the same time couldn’t have been more of a blessing. I think it would have been very interesting to hear more perspectives from close friends…
Self aware and a cheeky way of playing into tropes seen in classic rom-coms. Entertaining and honestly? Not as predictable as I expected. I feel like the real cons of the film is not utilizing every character to the fullest but overall, I would love to see this become a new romcom classic because like Natalie, I believe most romcoms are awful but like her clucky assistant, they’re fun to watch and appreciate and I feel like this is gonna be a movie many of us will appreciate in the future and pop in when we’re feeling down.