This film is hardly compelling and is, quite honestly, boring.
The Disney-21st Century Fox saga has come to an end. Variety reports that both companies’ shareholders voted to approve the merger Friday morning. The cost of the merger is $71.3 billion. Variety said 21st Century Fox CFO Josh Nallen told shareholders that the merger is expected to be complete in the first half of 2019. …
The writing is messy, jokes are misplaced, actors misused and, boy, that ending.
Disney has reportedly asked theaters to notify audiences of possible epilepsy concerns ahead of the film.
There’s so much to like about this film, and director/writer Brad Bird gives those who love the first more of the same.
Some of 2017’s biggest blockbuster films are headed to the streaming giant’s catalog.
I mean, this movie isn’t even into its third weekend!