Another year, another monster-verse movie depicting what is undoubtedly a series of events.
Awfully entertaining. It's the use of the off-brand bible app for me. Truly a must-watch for lovers of Real Cinema (Marvel fans stay away, this makes Endgame look like trash).
This Good Christian Film easily has the best credits scene I have ever seen. I have never been so excited for a sequel in my life.
I understand why this won best picture. Simple and easily accessible, yet not devoid of artistry and meaning. The fantastical feeling amplified by the colors and music really makes the movie.
It’s sad that some people immediately reject it for being weird or for “promoting beastiality” or whatever; the metaphorical and ever-prominent meaning could not be more obvious.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
It’s fine. It’s a good sequel to TFA but a pretty terrible sequel to TLJ; it continues the lack of character and themes, as well as the abundance of fan-service and unoriginality. This movie is incredibly simple, predictable, and just way too safe; it literally pulls lines straight from Endgame, has a huge cgi battle at the end, and has Star Wars’s the first ever skybeam. The biggest problem I have with this is that it’s just too much; it’s…