I unironically love the Brady Bunch movies. Take that as you will.
A bit of a mixed bag for me to be honest, but leaning towards a resounding "alright".
I think my biggest problem comes from the over reliance of green screens and CGI for the backgrounds. I'm not saying they should've went down and shot this on location in the Amazon, but more practical sets would've elevated the action greatly in my opinion.
But Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt are a great pairing together, and the story is serviceable enough. Plus…
I'm not sure if I can accurately put into words why this film displeases me so much, but I will try. I'll probably ramble but bear with me please.
The 1998 Mulan is about an ordinary but determined woman in a patriarchal society who joins the army for the sake of her family and to stop the invading Huns, and ends up rising through the ranks and becoming a hero through her own wit and character. She has no idea…
Is there a word to describe a comedy film that isn't funny in any way, shape, or form? I need to add it to my dictionary.
Crazy to think Sydney Poitier directed this. None of the jokes work. At all. What executive sat down, read the script, and legitimately thought it would be a good idea to spend money to make this fucking thing? Someone who got fired I assume.
Speaking of things that don't work, what the fuck is…