Okay, earlier I shared with you all my reaction to Bumblebee and now I’m sharing my reaction to Aquaman. I can honestly say that it was worth every single penny. I’m still whirling from how good this movie was.
The visuals are out of this world amazing. The sound is fantastic, the story is engaging, and Aquaman is AWESOME! I honestly won’t go into any further detail than that because then I wouldn’t be able to stop talking about it.
Make sure to check out my review of the film tomorrow because I have plenty to say about Aquaman.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have had a wonderful day.
I just finished watching Bumblebee and am getting ready to see Aquaman but I figured while I have this break I might as well share with you all my near-live reaction to the film.
Bumblebee is a good movie through and through. Unlike every Transformers movie before the story is clear, concise, and very easy to follow. None of the characters are annoying and the themes are very family friendly which is nice to see, considering that children like the Transformers just as much as adults.
I found the movie to be really fun and cute. There were some truly heartfelt moments that brought a tear (actually tears) to my eyes and when a movie can make me cry that means it’s touched my heart in one capacity or another.
Tomorrow I’ll share my full spoiler-free review and give you my entire verdict on the film but until then, yeah, it’s a solid movie that deserves all the praise. And it is easily the best film in the franchise so far.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a fantastic day. In a few hours, I will share with you my reaction to Aquaman. See you then! 🙂
It’s December 25th and that means for millions of people around the world it’s Christmas! For a lot of young children, they’re waking up this morning brimming with excitement, rushing to tear open their presents and see if they’ve been naughty or nice this year according to the ever-present yet fictional Santa Claus. I’m waking up this morning feeling beyond excited to go to the movie theaters and watch the two films that I have been dying to see; Bumblebee and Aquaman.
This day also represents for those who are Christian the birth of Jesus which is easily one of the most important occurrences that ever happened in the world.
And this day also focuses on our chance to truly appreciate our loved ones. So, if you’re reading this, I challenge you to forget your family squabbles or disagreements for this day. Enjoy the people around you, give them a hug (if you’d like) and cherish these moments that you get to spend with your loved ones in your vicinity, even if it’s only your dog.
Special days like Christmas don’t come often and so, while they’re here, it’s a chance to make the best of it and forge a day that’ll live in your memory for many, many years. Because sometimes the greatest present is that everlasting memory. 🙂
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a Merry Christmas (or Happy Holidays.)