There’s been a lot of discussion this year about what the best films of the summer are, and how much of a spoiler they are to the rest of the world.
Some are well received, others are less so, and some are terrible.
So what does this mean for the rest?
And where are the movies that are the most controversial?
Let’s look at the list, shall we?
The best movies of the SummerThe Best of the BestThis is a very big list.
I’m going to say this because, like I said earlier, I’m a big fan of the format.
It’s all very subjective, and the movies you like will win.
But what do you really like about these movies?
Or what do they do that you don’t?
This list is based on what I’ve seen and enjoyed, and I’ve tried to make it as objective as possible.
I didn’t want to be biased.
I’m going out on a limb here and saying that the most surprising and unexpected of the bunch is “The Hateful Eight”.
This was a movie that had been going on for a long time and had never really caught the eye of critics.
But after “Wonder Woman”, which was the best film of the first half of the century, the studio realised they had something there.
And when it was released in cinemas, it had the same effect on me that “The Avengers” had on many a moviegoer.
And it’s hard to describe.
This is a movie which is so weirdly well-executed, the whole thing feels so utterly different to anything I’ve ever seen before.
It takes place on a spaceship, but its not a spaceship at all.
Its not a space station, but a spaceship.
I mean, the ship is huge, it has an entire hangar on the front of it, and it’s a spaceship!
There’s no space to manoeuvre in.
The characters are really well developed.
And the dialogue is terrific.
The action is very tense and intense, and all the action scenes are spectacular.
I could go on and on.
And I’ll do it all over again.
I love that the movie is so well-written.
There are a couple of interesting surprises.
I was pleasantly surprised to discover that the main character is a character who’s been in the movies before, and played by a very good actor.
He’s called Wyatt Earp.
Wyatt Earplash is an American, and a Native American, from the town of Saginaw, Michigan.
He is a member of the Buffalo Bill’s outlaw band, and his name is a pun on “bucket”.
I think that’s a nice touch.
The film is set in a small town, but the main town is big, and this character’s big.
And there’s this other character who has a similar name, called The Devil.
They’re also from the same town, and they’re the same race, too.
I think they’re both part of the same family, and both are members of a family that has had trouble with the law.
And The Devil has his own dark past.
I like that they both play roles in the story.
I like the way that the film treats the relationship between the two main characters.
There’s something wonderful about them and their friendship, and there’s a tenderness to the film, even though they’re two people.
I also like how the characters’ relationship is handled.
It doesn’t seem like it’s all about one person or another.
They both have their own interests, their own agendas.
And Wyatt Earpy is a good man.
The Devil, on the other hand, is a bad man.
They’ve had a lot in common, but they’ve had problems with the Law.
And so I like how they’re dealing with it.
It seems like they have a lot to lose, and that they’re trying to make up for it.
The cast is outstanding.
I don’t want any spoilers ahead.
I’ve watched the film several times already, and loved it.
And as usual, it’s full of great performances.
I loved the role of Benicio Del Toro, who plays Wyatt Earper.
I found his performance to be superb, as well as that of Anthony Hopkins as The Devil himself.
I’d recommend anyone who’s seen the film to give it a go.
I’ll be giving it an eight out of ten.
There’s a lot here.
I liked the way the film handled the supernatural element.
It was a little too dark, and not quite right, and, I think, too intense.
But that’s fine, because “Fantasmic” is the kind of movie where a little lightness can be the difference between an entertaining and upsetting ending.
I love it.
There was some disappointment in the last part of “The Exorcist”, but I thought that was a pretty decent and enjoyable film.
The way the main characters