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It’s perfect. It says so much about how American capitalism sacrifices people with little regard, leaving them to deteriorate and pick up the pieces while blaming the system’s flaws on each other—and the message is not overt at all. Every actor gives it their all, especially Robert Pattinson, who gives the best performance of 2017. The score is unnerving, the cinematography is unique with colors that pop like candy—it’s the opposite of clean wide-shot minimalist, instead abundant with gritty close-ups.…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
“I couldn’t leave him. Not now. Don’t ask me to.”
It’s where the film leaves us that swells my heart with love: after an entire movie of Johnny in street clothes and Omar in suits, both of them are shirtless, no discernible trace of class difference in sight, splashing water at each other like they’re children again and laughing with hope in their smiles.
I wish this movie never ended.
To be honest? I really like this. The visual effects were great as well as just the overall look of the film. I think Strange is an interesting character and only because Cumberbatch plays him extremely well. I wish I had seen this in IMAX when it first released over five years ago.
It’s crazy how after this film, we had three Spider-Man movies, and are only now getting a Doctor Strange sequel. I’m super excited for Multiverse of Madness and what Sam Raimi will bring to the table with this character creatively.