An absolute delight of an action comedy where being good is a cheat code to thriving in a violent video game world.
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.
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.
This post is so late that some of the movies have came and gone, but I didn't want to skip a month, so it'll partially be a review post too. I have only watched two movies so far this month, so that won't be hard.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is out this week along with Dunkirk (which I've watched and reviewed in my previous post) and Baby Driver (which I'm watching tomorrow). It's a pretty crowded week for films to open in, and one which Valerian has the disadvantage of not being as wonderfully reviewed as the latter two films.
Just finished watching Transformers: The Last Knight. I have so many questions I forgot half of them by the time I finished the film. Here are the rest.
What is there to say about Spectre, except that it is a typical Bond movie?
I just saw The Martian last night and I desperately want people to watch it, so I'm posting a quick review of the film first.
Many people went to watch Jurassic World last weekend; and by many, I mean the whole world. It had the biggest global opening weekend ever at US$511.8 million -- though I'm pretty sure the Avengers would have come out tops if Disney hadn't staggered the global rollout of The Avengers and Age of Ultron, whereas Universal Pictures released Jurassic World in all territories at once except Japan.
Half the world -- excluding North America and a few other unlucky foreign markets who only get it after May 1 -- went to watch Avengers: Age of Ultron over the past weekend. If you are the unicorn who intends to but hasn't yet: GO WATCH IT NOW. Because here there be (minor) spoilers, unless you don't mind reading them.