Really enjoyed this Film
The Director had a specific vision, and I feel he achieved it.
Always good when a Film pulls you into someone’s life and reality, and leaves you feeling like you know a bit more afterwards.
Zac Efron Gives a fresh, real performance
3/5 Stars, definitely worth seeing
Not Sure If Netflix ‘Elves’ Is Coming Back, But It’s A Very Saturday Morning Cartoon/Creators Had A Vision Show. Though It’s Age Recommendation Starts @ 7 I think, 11 Might Be Better/A Few Kinda Scary (Kid wise) Moments. If You Like Silly/Imaginative Cartoons I Recommend It
Watched Django Unchained Yesterday For The First Time… Let Me Start By Saying, I Know Right Off The Bat That A Quentin Tarantino Film Is Going To Be Violent… Something I’m Not All That Into. Knowing That I Cover My Eyes As Needed lol That Said, He Does Use It As A Style Thing, And Method To Drive Points. And Humor. Moving On. As Much As I Love Jamie Foxx, Christopher Waltz For Me In General, Is An Unbelievable Actor. But Jamie And Leonardo DiCaprio Were Awesome As Well. Tarantino Holds No Punches With Casting In His Films. The Music/Soundtrack Is Pretty Much Everything, Once Again A Tarantino Thing. More Than Anything, I’d Have To Say This Is One Of The Most Penetrating Films In Regards To The Horror That Is/Was Slavery. Lastly, Jamie/Django Is A True Hero Of Retribution In This Film, And DiCaprio Is Truly Dastardly
So, ‘Stranger Things’ was a cool thing, and obviously a hit
But I was really curious what Season 3 would really be about
Some of the 8 Episode Season’s Episodes were good, some not so good
But I will say, the Actors/Cast were awesome, as usual
Though a couple of the Characters, kinda weren’t as good this time around
Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven) was, once again, the strongest Actor on the show
And for me, there are Scenes (Especially her Final Scenes in Episode 8) which made the whole thing worth watching
Actually, the overall feeling and many of the Final Scenes of the Season (Post Battling, 3 Months Later), felt good
Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin) (Right) was also a huge stand out. Already liked him in Season 1 & 2, liked him even more in this Season & Joe Keery (Steve) (Left) was also just as hilarious as ever
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I don’t watch a lot of ‘Black Mirror’ on Netflix, mainly because I’ve never really drawn to dark Alfred Hitchcock (In this case futuristic based) kind of stories.
I did, however, watch a lot of the Twilight Zone when I grew up.
Anyway, my girlfriend wanted me to watch Episode 1 of Season 5, so I did.
All I can say is, if you like, or have ever liked Video Games, especially Roleplaying (I used to play a lot of World of Warcraft) &/or especially if you’re interested in Virtual Reality Video Games (I’m not, but I’m assuming many are), you’re going to love this Episode.
Living in this technology based world, this Episode also has a lot of issues in regards to romantic relationships in this Era.
My hat also goes off to the Acting in this Episode, especially Anthony Mackie whome I’ve always liked.