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I'm huge Resident Evil fan and i didn't like this movie at all
I never really hated "Resident Evil" (2002), it was decent zombie-horror with Resident Evil elements. It didn't try to copy-paste any RE game, but at least it was professionally made by 2002 standards.
Now, people who say that this new movie is more "accurate" to games, i have to disagree. They had one job and that was getting Leon right and they failed completely. Leon is one of the most important characters in Resident Evil. Leon is main character/one of them in two most popular RE Games, 2 and 4. RE7 sold more for different reasons, nobody cared who is RE7's main character. You can't make Leon look like Carlos and make him comic relief. You just can't.
For conclusion, i don't even understand where this budget went, because apparently it's budget was 25 million. I have seen better zombie movies done with less. "The Crazies" (2010) budget was 20 million. Sadly this new RE movie doesn't even feel like fan-film, because real Re fan would never disrespect RE characters like that.
Spider-Man 2 (2004)
Best Spider-Man Movie of All Time
Spider-Man (2002) was solid introduction for the character, but Spider-Man 2 was, when Sam Raimi took things to another level. Thanks to this movie, to me Tobey Maguire will always be The Spider-Man and Kirsten Dunst will always be The Mary Jane. It's 2004 movie and it's effect still hold up incredible well. I have never been huge fan of MCU, because it went too cheesy and boring, but hopefully No Way Home brings back some of Spider-Man 2's greatness.
Dune: Part One (2021)
One of the Best Movies of 2021
I have to start with confessing that i haven't read the book. In fact, i wanted to know almost nothing, before watching it. Because i wanted to know how easy or difficult it is to understand and follow the movie without knowing anything about it. By the way, that how i watch most movies. I don't even watch trailers anymore. It took time to get the general idea of all the characters, but overall i had no trouble following the movie and understanding the characters. Of course i don't know eveything about them, but i don't think it's even important to know everything about them, while watching this first Part of Dune. To me it seems like it was almost meant to be the introuction of the world and characters. It was exactly the same with Lord of the Rings. Most people who watched LOTR had never read the books, they might have known basic story, but that's it and it's exactly the same with Dune. Everyone can read the books and learn about the world and character later, while waiting for Part 2, at least that's what i'm planning to do.
Movie itself is incredible beautiful, stunning visuals. Spaceships look gigantic, everything does, compared to humans. What i would call it is mature, in-depth sci-fi epic. Characters are interesting, world is interesting. It makes you forget real life for these two and half hours and takes you onto journey, somewhere, where movies rarely go. It has very good script, dialogue and acting. It is slow paced movie, it takes it's time to develop characters, make you care. It's not action heavy movie, but when there is action, it is very well done. It has lots of well written philosophical ideas and meanings, that i believe, many people will find relatable. At least i did.
Looking at some extremely low rating, I have a feeling that there's this group of people who doesn't want Dune to become next Lord of the Rings or Star wars. In fact, i think they don't want anything anymore, other than whining and complaining. But thankfully these kinds of people seem to be minority. Overall, easily one of the best movies of 2021. Can't wait for part 2.