It was after the end credits started rolling. Half the audience had left by that time. Then the credits continued to roll. The scene showed a fist fight within the focus group.If that is the one before the rolling credits, I did see that. It was very funny.
Yep that is the one. Very funny.It was after the end credits started rolling. Half the audience had left by that time. Then the credits continued to roll. The scene showed a fist fight within the focus group.
I searched for it on the internet but couldnt find the clip. I did see a lot of criticism of it. One article called it - it made a bad movie even worse.
I saw Mary Poppins Returns. If I had not seen Mary Poppins(when it was released in 1964 and then with my children when it was released on VHS) I would have said it was a fantastic movie, but I agree that Mary Poppins Returns lacks something that I cannot pinpoint either. Emily Blunt was excellent. Maybe a few songs seemed to be forced into spots, I just don't know.Saw Mary Poppins Returns yesterday and I can’t make my mind about it. I think for kids/people who have never seen the original it’s a good musical. But I felt it lacked something (that I can’t pinpoint).
I read the first clause of your first sentence and I thought you were going to talk about the early 90s Madonna documentary and I got excited for a second.I enjoyed Truth or Dare, a thriller/horror movie that was in the theatres this spring. Lucy Hale (Pretty Little Liars) and Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf) are two members of a group of friends who go to Mexico for a vacation and find themselves caught up in a game which turns deadly. Then it's all about how to cheat the game in order to save their lives. I thought the script was quite strong, it had few "why don't they just..." moments. It was nice to see the group try to keep thinking through their situation instead of just stupidly freaking out.
Trailer for Truth or Dare: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhSPDqqgO3Y
I enjoyed this movie very much. I would recommend it.
I might see it this week. I was in Honolulu last week and there was a buzz (front page article in the local newspaper) about the lead actor Mamoa because he was born in Honolulu.Aquaman made $51.6m this past weekend which a drop of only 23.5% from it’s opening weekend! That is extremely rare and exceptional! Aquaman is shaping up to be the DCEU’s most successful movie ever.
This film won Best Film at the Vancouver Film Festival, and that in addition to the recommendation above motivated me to watch it.I don't normally watch foreign language movies, but I had heard good things about The Handmaiden, so I gave it a go. I was blown away! It's a period piece drama from Korea and it's one of those movies you can't really talk about it, or risk the experience for those you hope will see it. I consider it a must-see movie. All I will say is that it's about two people who try to dupe a young woman out of her inheritance. Things do not go according to plan. The three lead actors are all amazing and deserve tons of recognition for their performances.
That sounds interesting. I hardly ever see Superhero movies so everything about them is new to me. I may check this one out.Into the Spider-Verse is very good. The animation is fantastic, the story is solid. It's an excellent origin story. I didn't figure out who did the voice for Doc Ock until the end credits and was very disappointed in myself because I've seen that person in a bunch of things.
I can't oversell how good the animation is though. It's such a gorgeous movie and I wish I had time to see it in theatre again. I'm definitely more than a little exhausted of the barrage of superhero movies but I never felt that while watching Spider-Verse.