My First Movie Review
Went to the movies last night, to see the new Will Smith film, "Hancock".
I have always admired the hi-falutin' critics who examine the themes, the cinematography, the acting and design of movies.
I can't write a review like them.
Simply put, "Hancock" is a bad movie. It sucks, don't go see it. End of review.
On a side note, my family and I went to see this in my favorite movie theatre, which I discussed in a previous post. True to form, it was virtually deserted, and the staff let us walk in with a giant shopping bag of candy, never checking to see if we had tickets. (We did.)
Man, I love this place!
The only downside: The theatre was absolutely empty, so why did a middle-aged woman sit DIRECTLY in front of us?! Was she lonely? Did she feel her melon-sized head blocking my view would enhance my movie-going experience? The fact that she smelled like salami and laughed at inappropriate moments did nothing to improve my impression of the film.
I have gotten a bit off track, in this, my first movie review, but in a nutshell, "Hancock" stinks.
It's not Will Smith's worst movie (That honor still goes to "Wild, Wild West"), but it's pretty close. If you must go to the movies, go see "Iron Man" again.
Or wait a week for the new Batman movie.