DOCTOR STRANGE: Multiverse of Madness is, all in all, an okay but enjoyable film that lacked much to set it apart from any other Marvel entry. A film that actually loses the plot at the most important time (Act 2) and kind of drags along, as well as feeling rather disjointed and too ambitious at times.
Establishing itself as an unintentional homage to Hogwarts’ late headmaster, Fantastic Beasts 3 miraculously survives a raging storm of critical reception previously known for having demolished many other films. This is no stroke of brilliance or anything but it definitely gets the job done when compared to its disastrous prequel.
I’ll give the movie credit where it’s due. Sonic The Hedgehog 2 was a pretty decent sequel. However, the film was lacking an explanation throughout because of focusing on the unnecessary human elements. It did enough to please the crowd but didn’t stress the extent of its power enough for the audience to become memorable.
The only way this movie makes sense is if you have no problem waiting an hour for the inciting incident. Otherwise, it gets very repetitive.
Well, here we go again. Apart from the first two Sam Raimi Spider-Man movies, Sony has proved to be a bad studio for Comic Book Movies. And Morbius is unfortunately another example of that.
The Lost City was good entertainment but it does not offer anything new to the genre nor does it even try to. The plot about finding a hidden treasure has been done many times before and this one doesn’t even get to par with any of those until the last act. Although, it’s the cast and chemistry which keep it afloat.
The trailers cover pretty much all the best scenes of The Adam Project. Therefore, if you want to see how a particular plot moves from point A to point Z, then this film is for you.
Arguably, the second greatest comic book film of all time, The Batman, is everything you expect in a Batman film and so much more. From the direction to the score, to the cinematography and the acting, this is truly a masterstroke play from the ever great Matt Reeves.
2020 was a pandemic-fueled disaster that kept film fanatics at home to watch their favorite films. And though many of us went back to the movies, blockbusters returned and streaming services dominated, 2021 was still a strange year that concluded with the magnum opus Spider-Man: No Way Home.
I am not going to compare Uncharted with the game as everyone else is doing since it’s released but the film lacks the spirit and the energy of the character and the rest of the characters too. This is added to the mediocre plot that’s just too easy and nothing adventurous.