An absolute delight of an action comedy where being good is a cheat code to thriving in a violent video game world.
Watch it if you like Lily James and Armie Hammer for how pretty they look. Otherwise, it's not *bad*, but it misses the mark.
This is less a review of Tenet than it's me trying to suss out what I understand after watching the movie. But I've included links to articles that helped me understand the parts I didn't.
Who knew one shouldn't get into love triangles while figuring out your life?
Since the news broke two weeks ago that Sony and Marvel Studios are parting ways, which has huge implications for the future of Spider-Man and his role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I'm dusting off this review of Spider-Man: Far from Home which I meant to post 2 months ago but never got around to polishing until now.
John Wick: Chapter 3 is RELENTLESS. The fighting, slashing and precisely-aimed gunshots never seemed to end. I feel exhausted just watching him fight.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix may have tanked at the box office, but here's a dissenting opinion: The movie isn't as bad as most people have made it out to be.
Pokémon Detective Pikachu is the kind of fun and family-friendly film you bring your kids to, but can enjoy as an adult as well, even though the villain's plan MAKES NO SENSE.
Avengers: Infinity War left me (and probably everyone else who saw it) flabbergasted, while breaking a ton of box office records along the way. But now I've had time to process it, here are my spoiler-filled thoughts on it.
Thor: Ragnarok is a slapstick action comedy made by grown children. ?