This has been my complaint for a lot of movies' sins over the last decade or two, style being prioritized over substance because that's supposedly what gets butts in seats.It's a spectacle for the sake of being a spectacle.
I never understood non-global releases at the best of times, and certainly not now in the digital age, but...why the crap wait that long, especially with the US behind Europe? That's just setting it up to be massively pirated and fail.We don’t get Dune until October 22 here in the states.
It’s a theater release and streaming on HBO Max the same day.I never understood non-global releases at the best of times, and certainly not now in the digital age, but...why the crap wait that long, especially with the US behind Europe? That's just setting it up to be massively pirated and fail.
I enjoyed the movie. It didn't have me rolling in the aisles the way the first Ace Ventura did (by way of comparison) but it was a fun little popcorn flick with some genuine chuckles. It was fairly predictable, but these things don't generally bother me. I didn't go into it expecting a groundbreaking, trope-busting cinematic masterpiece. And unlike Wonder Woman 84, the first 10 minutes didn't have me complaining "this is cheesy and dumb as shit".Free Guy
Holy fucking shit. I thought I'd like this movie but I didn't. I fucking LOVED this movie! If you are a gamer and are into the world of Twitch/YouTube/Whatever, this movie was basically made for you. It's got a very predictable ending, but I didn't care. You read that right, I didn't care that the ending was predictable. It was just an all around funny movie. There were three or four parts where I genuinely laughed out loud, something I almost never do in movies. And there's this fight scene that had me rolling and would have been worth the price of admission.
See this movie.