Phoebe Waller-Bridge must be protected at all costs.
I do like that it doesn't treat the flat earth bunch as psychos or make fun of them, but there's lots of jaw dropping weird in there provided handily by the subjects.
That invisible car payoff was so good.
Finally, a good sequel. Good god the animation, it's so beautiful. And the action was so smooth. Also, Pixar better gives us a short movie about Edna babysitting Jack-Jack.
Most of the episode was good story with exceptional acting, but the ending makes no sense, unless you are a TV show writer that needs June to be in constant danger next season too.
This is a beautiful story, exquisitely performed! If you are not able to suspend disbelief and see truth in fantasy, I grieve for you, because you miss out on gems like this film. This story deals with loneliness, kindness, friendship, love, courage and nobility. As well as ambition, prejudice, corruption of power, cruelty and powerlessness. Guillermo del Toro wove a sensitive and beautiful story set in a sterile and cruel world. The performances are wonderful by a talented and accomplished cast. The production design brilliantly captures the romantic tension of the piece. I highly recommend this film and give it a 9 (superbly beautiful) out of 10. [Fantasy, Drama, Romance]
The last episode was a lot more hyped up, but I feel this episode was even more nerve wracking. That scene with Dom searching the Red Wheelbarrow basement was longest 2 minutes of my life.
The best episode of TBBT in years! That "flashback" plot make it funny to watch, the nostalgia of seeing like they were before (creepy nerds) like in the past seasons, not the shitty plot of the current season in the style of "Friends".
Halloween episodes have always been extra fun in this show, but this one took the cake. Faster paced than the previous Halloween episodes, such a roller-coaster of an episode! And Jake focusing on Amy like that, instead of the yearly competition, was utterly adorable!
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I can't believe Mark got sent home. One of my favorites and hands down one of the most improved, and I thought he would make it to the finale from the beginning.
Lynch at his most self-indulgent in an episode that spent five awkward minutes or so in the eponymous town. In fact, we're three episodes into this thing now and have maybe spent ten minutes in any of the charming and quirky settings that I fell in love with alongside a young Agent Cooper. Heck, this thing so far has been entirely lacking in any and all of the sorts of people and things that made this show so charming and interesting and quirky in the first place. But it's doubling down -- heck, quadrupling down -- on the weird, almost as if Lynch is determined to ensure that no one can accuse him of going mainstream. A huge disappointment so far.
Why are all the dates messed up?
Jimmy Fallon is so cool , energetic and musically gifted . He inspires me xD !
A disappointing mess from the opening credits
A two and a half hours boring, depressing mess. In short, Zack Snyder.
And the dream sequences take more screen time then the actual BvS fight. Who thought this was a good idea?
The violence, the class, visuals, audio, psychology and Hannibal's mind control. It is so beautiful I want to cry. I wish I could go back in time and see it for the first time again so I could cry from the psychological and eye candy this show brings. In my crazy head this places as #1 and best show I've ever seen even above Breaking Bad.
The movie takes the first half of it to the world-building, and it does that successfully. With a series of events--only minimal dialogue--it shows the kind of apocalyptic world Max lives in. The plot is fairly simple, but the world which plot rests on it is convincing. The war boys culture, resource monopoly, woman objectification, etc. The rest of the movie jams the audience with action-packed scenes while slipping insight into the world through several lines of dialogue and character's behavior.
Some relationship/character-building seem to happen off-screen and seem to be implied, but the progress seems natural that you know something has been going on between them. You can see the development of one of the character where he went from a brash, rash youth to a soft-spoken guy. The last scene seems to put off the suspension of disbelief for a while (on how easy they made the final decision after going on for that long), but it is remedied by the action and the last drama involving one of the supporting character. Very solid composition for a fantasy-action movie.
Thank you Tina Fey for making the world a better place to Netflix
There ain't no party like a Liz Lemon party...
Funny as hell and delightful rated R content. Was not disappointed.
120 minutes of jokes, pop culture references and free violence. This could be 120 minutes Deadpool standup.
Exodus: Gods and Kings was pretty bland. Some of the grander scenes were suitably epic in nature, but for the most part it was just filled with a serviceable script and average acting. God, the bioterrorist, is depicted in a very unfavorable light in all his Old Testament glory, with characters not hesitating to call him a child murderer and Moses himself questioning God's actions. The movie's sort of meant to be more "realistic" and so skips some of the fantastical elements of the story (e.g. the staffs turning into snakes), but this ends up not working very well and detracting from the movie instead. The parting of the Red Sea just ends up being water receding before a tsunami which just looks absolutely terrible and is obviously nowhere near as impressive as what you imagine it to be or what it's like in previous movies such as The Ten Commandments. This is a huge loss as the best parts of the movie end up being the "epic" parts, such as the early battle and the plagues, except Ridley Scott decided it would be a good idea to omit the most memorable part of the whole story. The closing of the Red Sea's still very impressive, but it's just not the same thing (also howdotsunamiswork). The editing for this section of the movie was really bad as well; the speed and distance of the tsunami kept varying depending on what shot type was used and the last strip completely changed from a set of cliffs to a beach.
Everybody who isn't Moses and Ramses/Ramesses has almost no development at all, with Aaron and Joshua in particular having basically no role of significance in the movie. I have no idea what was meant to be happening with the way Ben Kingsley talked. The whole thing was drawn out too long and ultimately lacked any emotional impact; this is meant to be founding myth of Israel, but instead becomes a story about terrorists and how Old Testament God was a dick. This obviously isn't a movie that's going to appeal to religious audiences (which I'm not a part of anyway) because of the depiction of God and it ignores key parts of the Exodus story, such as passing over the Passover altogether (geddit?). On the other hand though, there are references to things which people who aren't from a Judeo-Christian background are almost certainly not going to notice, such as a brief glimpse at the golden calf. I have no idea who this movie is meant to appeal to. If you want to watch a more enjoyable, Biblically-accurate and all-round better depiction of the Exodus, just watch The Prince of Egypt instead.
Michael B Jordan! I could sit through a two hour movie of him tying his shoelaces <3
And I dare you to watch the scene where he's training and the music is pumping and then he goes running down the street with the bikes circling him without wanting to jump up and punch something. That song and sequence got me pumped! I've never seen any of the other Rocky movies, but I definitely enjoyed this flick.
Amy Schumer shines in this original narrative penned by the comedian herself. Trainwreck is crude, blunt and full of pure laughter and a little heart. The film's appealing leads along with its surprisingly comedic athletes help highlight the credibility of Schumer and make this one of Judd Apatow's best direction in years.
Pretty long winded for the actual storyline but Amy shines through it like the gem she is as always. Loved her humor and enjoyed seeing the emotional states she had to work herself up to. Glad she's finally getting the recognition she deserves!
Most people went out of this sad, quite a few people in the cinema were crying...I was just angry. Angry at those horrible, horrible people that called themselves her family and friends. Your 14 year old daughter tells you that she pukes up all her food and you DON'T TO ANYTHING?
It has been said before. Having success and international celebrity foisted upon you is like pouring Miracle Gro on your character flaws. The tragic flameout of Amy Winehouse was the quickest we'd ever seen a star collapse, and Western culture has still learned nothing. This documentary tries to shed some light on the toxic environment that grew around Amy during the last years of her life, yet doesn't shy away from making Amy accountable as well. You will probably walk away from this film feeling very sad, but also very angry
Season 3 > Season 1 >>>> Season 2
Hilarious! And Jason Statham is ridiculously funny too!
I was dis-interested the whole way :[