Street Fighter is an odd movie. It less movie and more of a time capsule.
All the cheesy goodness of the '90s is captured here. Honestly, it could be a new throwback movie today - like Tropic Thunder or The Expendables. Add it to your Netflix Instant Queue now and NEVER TAKE IT OUT. Don't worry if you haven't played the games the movie is based on.
The sheer awesomeness of this movie transcends the games and holds its own, so don't worry.
Can't have a hero without a villain.
Raul Julia is amazing as M Bison. He plays such a maniacal mad man and has so many great lines. This movie has so many good and decent actors and RJ steals the movie.
If you would have told me he played Gomez Addams, I would have never believed it.
Friday, June 14, 2013
I didn't go into this movie with very high expectations. The last Superman movie just kind of left me feeling meh. This one was better - one of my favorite movies featuring DC characters - but compared to "Smallville," "Lois & Clark," or any of the recent Marvel movies, it didn't really stack up.
What I liked:
What I liked:
- Minus the shaky cam, I liked the cinematography - camera angles, intentional focus/unfocus, quickly changing point of view to indicate confusion during action sequence.
- The roles were all well-cast.
- The actors performed well and the chemistry between Clark and Lois was believable.
- The background about the characters - also believable.
- Russell Crowe as Jor-El was fantastic and expressive.
- Clark's human parents and some of the scenes in Kansas felt right out of "Smallville."
- The new Superman costume. I thought it was going to look silly or maybe be a bit too tight, but it didn't.
- I felt like it had definite elements of "Serenity," "Thor," and "The Matrix" in there, but it was different enough to be its own movie.
- Chemistry between Superman and Lois.