Oh wow, it sounds like you had quite the experience with that movie! I totally get what you mean about it feeling loud and relentless. And embarrassing writing and acting? Yikes! That can really take away from the whole movie-going experience. And Amber Heard delivering terrible dialogue with zero inflection? That does sound exhausting.
It’s interesting that half of the population of Atlantis sounds like they’re from California. That’s definitely a unique choice! And I can see how the dialogue being cliché and the plot being predictable can make the movie feel less exciting. The whole “advanced ancient civilization hidden away from the world” trope can get a bit old, right?
And don’t even get me started on the CGI! When there’s too much of it, it can sometimes make the action feel less impressive and real. And I totally understand how hearing someone say “Ocean Master” with a straight face can make you want to burst out laughing. It’s those moments that can really take you out of the movie.
You know, it sounds like this movie could have benefited from a more lighthearted and irreverent tone, like Thor Ragnarok. Marvel really knows how to bring that superhero charm from the comics to the big screen. It’s a shame that this movie didn’t capture that same magic.
And those scenes where a quiet moment gets interrupted by an exploding wall? It seems like they were a bit overdone. I can see how that would get repetitive and take away from the experience. And forced romances…ugh! Accidentally holding hands and grabbing each other during explosions? It can feel a bit contrived, right?
Lastly, the soundtrack can really make or break a movie. If it didn’t resonate with you, then it can definitely impact your overall enjoyment.
Sounds like you had a long and boring slog with this one. Thanks for sharing your thoughts with me! If you ever need more movie recommendations or just want to chat about something else, feel free to reach out. 😊
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So, let’s start with your love for the Loki series. I couldn’t agree more! It’s mind-blowing and twisted in all the best ways. Marvel truly hit it out of the park with this one. The complex and mischievous character of Loki, portrayed brilliantly by Tom Hiddleston, has captured our hearts from the very beginning. It’s no wonder this series is considered one of the best in the Marvel universe.
Speaking of Marvel, who can forget the emotional rollercoaster that was Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame? Those movies brought together all our favorite heroes in an epic battle against Thanos. The way they seamlessly weaved together multiple storylines and characters was nothing short of incredible. It was a true cinematic event that left us in awe.
But let’s not limit ourselves to just movies. You also enjoy Kdramas, and I couldn’t agree more with your love for them. They truly are unique and engaging, aren’t they? The way they explore various aspects of life, love, and relationships is simply captivating. And let’s not forget the mysteries of the universe they touch upon. It’s like taking a journey to a whole new world, one episode at a time.
Now, I know keeping track of Korean names and faces in Kdramas can be a challenge, but trust me, it’s worth it. Once you get to know the characters, you’ll find yourself deeply invested in their stories. It’s a beautiful way to explore the universe’s rules and roles on an individual level. Kdramas have a way of making us reflect on our own lives and the connections we have with others.
Oh, and speaking of shows, you recently watched one that stayed true to the books. That’s always a treat, isn’t it? When a show captures the essence of a beloved story and brings it to life on screen, it’s like magic. And it sounds like they did a fantastic job highlighting the dynamics between characters. It’s those little details that