...no? Ive seen all 3 and enjoyed all 3
Oh you were accusing them of not seeing Moonlight.
I'm not saying one can't enjoy it, but those scathing reviews were well deserved as far as I'm concerned.
I don't know! :P
This means you enjoy bad films, which is fine, not that the film is good and everyone is wrong about it apart from you.
Toy Story, Lion King, and Spider-Man will all gross over 400m domestic fairly easily (and in the case of Toy Story and Lion King over 500m likely) and all 3 I suspect will have good to great reviews. Summer will be fine. It's just been a bad run.
I mean, she is a rising star. The movies you mentioned had her in supporting roles, now she's leading her own blockbuster for the first time as far as I know.
I agree. I think the RT push in marketing was a mistake, and now it's finally coming back to bite studios in the ass.I think Alladdin was a tone-setter for this summer.
Critics are going to lambast everything, but the studios are the ones who starting slapping Rotten Tomatoes scores on advertisements so they've got no one to blame but themselves if low scores keep people away.
How Will Smith didnt turn into Tommy Lee's character, I just dont understand. As long as his partner wasn't his literal son, this could have been amazing.I have several thoughts on this:
1.) I think the first MiB is one of the best action films of all time, for a number of reasons. Great set pieces, great chemistry between the actors, highly original, great energy. Competent script.
2.) While the second film was a let down, I think the third film is highly underrated. Great movie.
3.) I love Tessa Thompson as much as the next person, but she can't carry this sort of film by herself. It's essentially a buddy cop film, and Chris Hemsworth is an overrated comedic actor who lacks the chops for this sort of endeavor. He works as Thor for specific reasons that are hard to translate to other action comedies.
4.) The fact that the trailers relied on contemporary music as opposed to the Men in Black theme always seemed like a big red flag to me.
5.) The charisma of Will Smith is extremely difficult to replace. He likely should have been brought on for this film in some capacity.