There’s a moment in Star Wars that absolutely ruins me every time I rewatch it. A scene that twists my gut and never fails to make my eyes a little misty. A scene that makes me feel so dreadfully bleak and sad and angry at Lucasfilms for actually making me observe this…
The movie was… crazy, to say the least. It was two hours and fifteen minutes of deep, very real gut-wrenching, sickening terror.
Good Time was … unexpected, in a word. But sadly, the fact that it broke away from some crime thriller cliches cannot, in my eyes, save it from how it was an ultimately disappointing experience.
So, I did a lot of movie watching this summer. Just, y’know, trying to get up to speed with some…
Goodness gracious, this movie was a train wreck. A beautifully colored, visually stunning, attractively casted, slightly enjoyable train wreck.
The Lego Batman Movie is, in summary, a consummation of everything most Batman-related movies are not, or rather, what they have failed to be.
Okay, the first two episodes of Star Wars: Forces of Destiny — “Sands of Jakku” and “BB-8 Bandits” — were precious, and I really enjoyed them.