This movie was great. It was so good to see some of these characters back on screen again. If you are a Star Wars fan, go see it as soon as you can.
I kinda liked this film. It’s a little bit dark, and the super heroes are depicted as lonely people with extraordinary powers and the associated responsibilities.
Oh, and afterwards, I went to dinner and found some cool glitter art on the walls of the restaurant. Very timely.
For fans of the original Blade Runner, they have done a great job of recreating this film series. The sci-fi world on screen is just magestic. The flying cars are flawless. Ryan Gosling is the perfect choice for the lead role, and Harrison Ford holds his own. My favorite character is Joi, a holographic companion, played by Ana de Armas. They could have based the movie on her and it would have been wonderful. Be warned that the running time for this movie is long – I was in the theater for 3 hours with previews and credits – and if you are like me, you may not find yourself a fan of the storyline. However, this is a must see for the local movie house or IMAX if you have one nearby.
I’m not sure who or what was most beautiful in this film – Charlize Theron, Sofia Boutella, Berlin, the rocking fight scenes, or the well played soundtrack. Everything was wonderful, and I recommend that you get to the theater for this one.
I have a suggestion if you really want to see this movie. Bring along some of your favorite music and a good pair of noise cancelling headphones. When the movie starts, crank up your personal jam session. That way you can enjoy the visuals on screen without having to suffer through the mind numbing plot and associated dialogue.
For me, this has been the summer of taking it easy – evenings at the gym, days at the water park, and summertime movies at the theater. Spider-Man fits perfectly into this schedule. Marvel has become the king of popcorn adventures, and this flick adds to the most excellent list. We get to enjoy (and freak out) over high school with Peter Parker. At times it seems like high school is far more terrifying than fighting criminals and super villains. Go see this one if you get the chance.
Super Hero origin movies usually come in three parts. Part One – our Hero is in a world of their own and just beginning to learn that they have some unusual powers. Part Two – an urgent mission arrives and our Hero must go and save the world while still learning and growing in their powers. Part Three – an overdrawn battle scene must take place between our Hero and some bulked up nemesis. Unfortunately, Wonder Woman follows this three part storyline. Parts one and two are wonderful with great acting from Gal Gadot and Chris Pine. However, part three makes your face hurt and you start to realize that the theater seats are not as comfy as you thought they were. Oh well, 2/3rds of a movie being great are better than nothing.