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Love the story, love the setup, love how everything unfolds...
Maybe its just a tiny bit dated but I felt like the directing wasn't really that present if that makes sense. I didn't immediately get the feeling, this is a Bong Joon-ho flick as I was watching, seemed like your standard serial killer drama/mystery. Don't get me wrong, the movie is great, I guess just a little underwhelming considering the hype that has built around it.
Compare this to Park…
Just wall to wall fun, so many Easter eggs and detail throughout this whole thing. This is exactly what you hope for going into an animated movie primarily directed at kids (teens/tweens?). Its simple on the surface, but takes simplicity to the max and stuffs it full of great moments.
The Mitchells vs The Machines will be in the running for Best Animated Feature, mark my words!
Jesus Christ. On second thought, let's not send 13 year olds to war.
This is one of the most powerful war films I've ever seen. I've had a pretty great upbringing thus far in life and I've never personally experienced an atrocity so it's hard to relate or make judgements on how this compares to the real thing. Some movies do a good job of capturing what war can be like. From what I read, films like Saving Private Ryan,…
Why do we like (love) Christopher Nolan?
Is it because he makes perfect movies? Of course not. His most recent attempts have all been chock full of problems. If you are the kind of person who is taken out of an experience because of a single mistake, I'll go ahead and tell you there is a chance you won't like this movie. If you're the kind of person looking to find one of the only major blockbuster producing sources of…