El Capitan de la outro espacio
The History of the Atlanta Falcons may be the best movie I've seen this year, but it has a real downer of an ending.
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The Black Hole
I've long heard of this one but this is the first time seeing it and... probably the last. It isn't awful and I appreciate that despite cribbing from Star Wars, it's going for more of a haunted house story. Unfortunately, it's a little more clumsy, particularly in it's music choices (good soundtrack, but not all of it feels appropriate). I think it's neat that they were going for a weirder, more foreboding film but in the end it's only OK and it's attempt at a trippy ending yields a creepy visual but doesn't lead to a satisfying conclusion.
I'm starting to think that if the Bay films had lots of amazing hair metal I might not hate them any moreDude remember when Hot Rod punched a hole through that shark robot
There are films out there that can thread the needle totally on stuff like this. This isn't one. I do appreciate Between this and Something Wicked, Disney was trying to branch out.I watched it about a month ago, and can't help but feel that there's a really good film in there if it could decide what kind of film it is. It's usually dark and violent for a children's film, then there's way too many silly bits for the weirdly brooding horror that's lurking there