…when it attempts such things as story and character, it feels less equipped for the task than Frodo walking into Mordor.
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For me, it may take a Star Wars to dislodge it as the film to beat this year.
When you season a Big Mac like it’s a fancy steak, you almost ruin the Big Mac as it is, while not persuading anybody it’s a porterhouse.
It wants to be all things to all people, tonal clash be damned.
This is still a hard-R comedy with belly laughs; don’t get me wrong. But could it have really made a statement beyond the obvious?
Hardcore horror fans may start to lose patience at a certain point, but it’s all part of the plan.
The overwhelming theme? Don’t trust grown-ups; they’ll just use you for their own purposes.
Where Marvel Studios aims their movies at comic fans of all ages without dumbing them down, Big Hero 6 is a movie for kids that it’s still okay for adults to like.
I don’t regret seeing the movie – I merely regret that a director with a reputation for smarts left so many silly things in it to mar the otherwise epic experience.
It’s nice to see an old-school action star rise again. It blows my mind that it’s Keanu Reeves. But damned if I’m not happy to see him again.