Film graduate, or "failed" filmmaker as described by Film Twitter.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This is a comic book masterpiece (even though I hate the word "masterpiece).
Director James Gunn knew how to craft a crazy movie with a weird story of super-villains attempting to kill a star fish. I was tad upset for some characters who died like Boomerang, he just got a clean refurbishment and he went off like that. Flag was the absolute best and didn't deserve to go out too. I get that we cannot have a movie like that…
This movie was NOT trash! I think it took me realising that I am no longer young, which is why I get people who found it cheesy, corny and goofy.
I did not watch the first Space Jam movie to prepare for this one, but I am somehow, familiar with the first film. The VFX...CGI was overly exaggerated and very juvenile but still fun. I have to say though that the story was not completely strong. It felt too weak…
One thing about Paul W. S. Anderson, he will make a loud, heavy, action-packed movie with his wife being a badass.
Milla Jovovich and Tony Jaa were amazing. When they first met and had to fight each other, I thoroughly enjoyed their fight scene despite it being filled with unnecessary jump cuts. I was, somehow, disappointed at the characters that were killed off - the ones who arrived with Artemis in that monster world as I would have loved to…
The movie mirrored 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)' and I'll explain towards the end of this review.
Thing is, I thought the backstory was going to be like 'Naked Weapon (2002)' and current events written like the movie 'Salt (2010)'. Those are the expectations that I had because that's the story concept of Natasha Romanoff that I have had in my mind for a long time. However, this was not the case as the backstory was rolled into some…