Oof, that was a lot worse than I remember. Dialogue is almost all around terrible. Tobey McGuire shows as much enthusiasm as a wooden board and Kirsten Dunst tries too hard to make up for it. Willem Dafoe and J.K Simmons are the saving graces. Some of the CGI hasn’t aged well, but the production is still a great forerunner for the age of Marvel films.
Despite what your opinions may be on either The Rolling Stones or Martin Scorsese, you can’t deny this is just a really cool and fun concert film. I don’t think it stands out as some incredible piece of film just because Scorsese directed it. It’s really well made, the shots were near perfect and really complementing of the bands energy, but it’s not an entirely unique film. Lots of other concert film directors could have made this movie, and it…
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It was a fun kids film and got some hearty chuckles out of me, but it was way too long and mostly a theatrical ad for all Warner Bros. IP. Didn't expect Lebron to be able to act, and he certainly didn't let me down on that front. The soundtrack was very uninspired, the best musical track they could get was a Porky Pig rap.
A serious improvement over the David Ayer "Suicide Squad." It's got that James Gunn charm while still sticking to the over-the-top violence and goofy atmosphere that these group of antiheroes thrive in. You can tell he gave the proper time, care and flexibility in this movie to make it something more colorful than other DCEU movies.
The characters are actually memorable (even those that don't make it far in the movie), and the dialogue is genuinely funny. David Dastmalchian and…