An odd horror film starring Emilia Clarke. It was very atmospheric and the end was actually a surprise twist that I didn’t see coming. It’s a weird film that feels at times impressionistic. It reminded me of a European film, not just because it takes place in Europe; it is an American film. Overall I liked it.
I give it a 3.5 out of 5 stars.
A 2016 movie directed by Luke Scott. It was a rather lackluster and typical sci-fi horror. It was “okay” but rather predictable and brought nothing new to the genre. I agree with the critic consensus that the film focused on action instead of character development.
I did think that the “twist ending”, while predictable, was the right choice storywise and I would have been annoyed if they had gone in a different direction. Granted, the predictability did slightly decrease the enjoyment since there was no surprise.
I give it a 2.75 out of 5 stars.
I just rewatched the movie and I feel that all of Peter’s mess-ups were 100% Happy Hogan’s and Tony Stark’s fault for ignoring Peter’s warnings.
Still an excellent movie in my opinion but upon re-watching, it’s more of a 4 out of 5 for me; versus the 5 out of 5, I gave it in September.
Starring Chris Evans. I liked it. Had the right amount of drama and humor in all the formulaic ways that this kind of film does and should have.
I give it 3.75 out of 5 stars.