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Railroad Tigers (2016)
I like comedy, but there's too much comedy.
I'm a huge fan of the goofy, slapstick comedy Hong Kong movies use to be funny. The first half hour of the movie delivers a lot of funny moments that keep me cracking up. But later into the movie, the whole comedic tone was too much to the point where the vibe wasn't set right, like there needed to be dramatic scenes or any serious moment to strengthen the story.
Also, I love that this isn't a usual Jackie Chan movie that presents Jackie Chan punching and kicking like almost all of his movies. Instead, Railroad Tigers is presented as an actual action movie with stunts and shootouts. It's great to take a break from Jackie Chan's fighting scenes once in a while.
For those who want endless laughter, go ahead and watch this movie. For those who want the story to be more emphasized, this isn't the movie to watch.
The Avengers (2012)
It's overrated because it's amazing!
This...this movie here is by far one of the most memorable movies to date. The Battle of New York was a whole event I could look away from. Now that got me the most attention.
Baby Driver (2017)
The killer track!
Wow! I am so blown away by how this movie turned out! I have never seen a movie that mixes both action and music together into one whole violent musical rodeo show. Baby Driver successfully tells a story where the main protagonist has so much trouble on their hands and must do whatever they can to fix the problem. After watching through the whole film, I just want to go listen to music at that point.
X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)
Just a good movie
It's great to see more X-Men action after Days of the Future Past. I'm really surprised there was more story to tell after the timelines have split. Plus, the movie was well created to be presentable.
The dialogue is always on point in the franchise. I'm also glad to see that Quicksilver is given a larger role. The ending scene in which Charles returns the memories he wiped out of Moira to her was emotional.
However, there are some issues I had with this movie.
Apocalypse was a little less threatening than I thought he'd be. I expecting him to be a villain who is the most powerful mutant of all mutants in the universe, yet he is defeated easily.
Also, the death of one of my favorite characters, Alex Summers/Havok, was no surprise to me at all. Considering the fact that the character wasn't seen much in the promotional phase with the press and advertisements, I knew he wasn't going to stick around through the whole movie. Even when avoding spoilers, I just knew his despise will come up soon and it did.
In conclusion, this is fairly great. Comic fans might expect a lot from these type of movies, but they got to give some credit for what was presented.
The Fate of the Furious (2017)
Both an improvement and a downgrade
The eighth installment of Fast & Furious is fairly decent to watch. Some improvements made after the previous films was the dialogue, humor, and the outrageous car stunts. However, I think the downgrade from this movie has got to be the story itself. Dom's temporary betrayal really took the franchise to a darker tone; but at the same time, it's highly similar to the Fast & Furious 6 when Letty was working for the antagonists for part of the movie. Also, the decision to have Deckard Shaw working alongside the crew all of a sudden raises a lot of confusion. To me, I saw it as, "It's cools to have Shaw on our side, but you still killed Han. So I not so sure." But I still think it's a good movie.
Deadpool 2 (2018)
Deadpool 2 delivers well enough to be a worthy successor to the first Deadpool movie.
Starting with everything I loved about this film: the jokes are on point. I'm was cracking up a lot. The action was amazing! All the cool stunts and fight scenes were Kingsman-level amazing! And finally, the ending was phenomenal. To see Deadpool erasing terrible events in the past such as killing off the horribly-made Deadpool mess in X-Men Origins: Wolverine or killing off "Ryan Reynolds" before he signed on to do Green Lantern was everything to me.
It looks like I love Deadpool 2 a lot, but no movie is perfect however.
First off, I felt like Vanessa's death in the beginning was so dramatic and intense that it distracted me from the movie. I wanted to have fun with the comedy in this movie, but I just couldn't stop thinking about Vanessa.
And secondly, I wasn't expecting the supposed X-Force team from the helicopter to die off that fast. Like whoa! Honestly, I didn't like that part. I had high expectations of an X-Force team to possibly form for a potential X-Force movie, but no it didn't happen. And knowing that some of those characters are from the Marvel comics, those hired superhero's had potential to be part of the action and have their own moments in the story.
If the writers wanted to make a scene with superheroes falling to their deaths, it would've been wise to create characters not originally from the comics and let them be amateur heroes who fall into an insane death-spree.
But other than that, it's a good movie.
Ocean's Twelve (2004)
Better to stick with the heist topic
I'd say Ocean's Twelve is a decent film in my opinion. But here's one major issue I noticed.
I feel like the reason why this movie didn't do as well as Ocean's Eleven was because the story focused so much on the romance between Rusty and Isabel. The audience were expecting to see more of the crew to carry out a clever heist and steal the most valuable item locked inside a fancy location. Sadly, it was a lot less than what we wanted.
Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)
Solo did its best.
I'm not going to lie. Solo was a little better than I expected. I thought it would be a huge failure for Lucasfilms, but it didn't turn out bad.
The main problem that did bother me was that the story is predictable. There are scenes when one moment happens, you'll know another moment will happen later. Or you'll know these kinds of characters will face these consequences.
"I'm not surprised this and that happened. I was expecting it sometime sooner or later anyway."
It's the feeling when you've already seen similar events that have happened from another movie before.
But not bad I must say. Not bad.
Zhi fa xian feng (1986)
It was too much...
I'm very soft when it comes to critiquing movies, but this film is so far placed number one in the list of worst movies I've have ever seen in my life.
I will say that the story is fine, but what bothered me the most was that TOO MANY characters die in this movie. Some of the characters died for no reason. This whole movie to me was a murder fest.
I did watch through this whole movie and I won't watch it ever again.