Iron Man 3: Before I talked about what I think of this movie I should make it clear that I love Iron Man 1, that movie's in my top 10 if not top 5 of my favorite superhero movies. The 2nd movie was fine but it wasn't anywhere near as good as the first one and the 3rd one, I liked it way better than the 2nd one, I liked it quite a bit, Tony Stark is just as much of a blast to watch as always and the action was alot of fun and I like how the events of the Avengers affected Tony in this movie but there is stuff to nit pick. yeah him not having a plan when the terrorists come for him was pretty dumb and I can definitely seeing fans of the Mandarin being pissed off at what they did to him in this movie, the only reason it didn't bother me is because honestly I don't know alot about the Mandarin see I really didn't care, I thought the twist myself was funny. But yeah, in the end definitely better than 2 but it's no Iron Man 1 or The Avengers but honestly what is?
Rebuild Of Evangelion 3: Again, need retrospect to understand my opinion of this movie. I'm not a huge fan of the Evangelion TV series, I don't hate it but I'm not crazy about it either. However I love the first 2 Rebuild of Evangelion movies (especially the 2nd one) so I was really excited to see this movie to see where this series would go and honestly I have no idea how to feel about this movie. I heard from my friend maskedknight93 that 3 and 4 were suppose to be one movie and it feels like it because watching this movie I felt like I was watching a part of another movie, not a full one, I really feel I need to wait for the 4th one to come out cause there's alot in this movie that they don't fellow up on. This is why I don't know how to feel about the movie cause it wasn't complete, I didn't hate the story, the problem is more how it was structured, I think anyway. The people who say this was a disappointment, I don't know if they're right or if they're wrong cause there were things in this that I thought were well done, I thought the relationship between Shinji and Kaworu was done well and Shinji going into madness I also thought was handled really well but that's mostly what the movie is and Misato, you all know I love Misato but I don't know how to feel about her in this movie cause again there's alot they don't catch up on. You can see how I don't know how to feel about this movie. I really need to see the 4 one when it comes out to put the final nail on the coffin on how I feel about this movie and if you ask me personally Shinji should the bad guy in the next one, I'm serious, I really think that would be a smart move if they did that
Django Unchained: Here we go this is what I'm talking about. Sadly I didn't get a chance to see this movie in the theater (I sadly don't get to go out to the movies that much period) and god I wish I did see it in the theater. Anyone who knows me knows I love Spaghetti Westerns. The Good The Bad and The Ugly is my favorite movie of all time. This is the kinda movie I've been waiting to see ever since I starting watching Spaghetti Westerns. A cool, well written, bad ass, modern day spaghetti western. This is not only my favorite western in years but this is my favorite Quentin Tarantino movie since Pulp Fiction. While I did like Inglorious Bastards, I thought the story was all over the place and kinda unbalanced, this movie's story I thought was way more focused. Jamie Foxx does a great job as Django bringing in his own take on the type of Man With No Name persona, Christoph Waltz, jesus christ anytime he's nominated for an oscar just give it to him already cause he's just that damn good, Leonardo Dicapiro is one twisted evil fuck in this movie and is one his best performances if not his best. There's great cinematography, close ups, great suspense and everything else you've come to expect from a great Spaghetti Western all done in great Tarantino fashion. Probably my personal favorite scene in the movie, all I can say about it is that I never thought Ku Klux Klan members could be this funny. My only regret is that I didn't get to see this movie in Theaters. If you like Spaghetti Westerns, see Django Unchained. If you like Quentin Tarantino, see Django Unchained. If you like both (which is a good chance) you owe it to yourself to see Django Unchained. Oh and BTW Spike Lee, fuck off