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3 in 1 Review

Here are another 3 reviews for the better late-than-never saga.

Bullet Train

Not to be cliché, but Bullet Train was a wild ride that I enjoyed every second of. The best way I can think of to describe Bullet Train is that it’s John Wick meets a comedy with a dash of a whodunit. Which all combined into a super entertaining movie that I give an 8 out of 10.

The Woman King

This was another really good movie! My 2 favorite parts were the costuming and the fight choreography. I always love seeing different costumes in movies and shows set in the past, they always look so cool. But what I enjoyed, even more, was the fighting especially since I felt like it was realistic. They didn’t make the characters perfect or unbeatable which made it feel all the more real to me. So, I gave this movie an 8 out of 10.

Bros

Rom-coms aren’t my usual go-to genre, but I enjoy them as much as the next person. Bros is a classic rom-com, it’s got all the laughs and even more of the feels. And I can’t wait to see more rom-coms like it. So, I give it an 8 out of 10.

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The Lost City Review

It’s no surprise to me that this movie was undeniably funny, I mean what would you expect from a comedy staring Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum they’re amazing. Plus what’s better then Daniel Radcliffe as a villain? Nothing that’s what. Since it’s probably no surprise to anyone else that this is a good movie I’m just going to quickly talk about what I think set this movie apart from other rom-coms.

And that is what I’d like to call the perfect ratio between funny and serious. There wasn’t too many serious parts so it kept its rom-com feel but there also wasn’t so few scenes that it felt wrong to have them in the first place. I was also surprised by the combination of cliché and unpredictable. Like, I simultaneously knew and not knew what was going to happened. Which weirdly made the movie even more fun to watch. So, with this balance I would give The Lost City a 7 out 10.