Hell yeah this was fantastic. Kevin Hart is hilarious especially in the first half when he’s playing Danny Glover.
Fucking hell this is good.
More dumb but fun movies like this please.
Same as season 29, a mixed bag and lots of callbacks.
Nothing ground breaking but very enjoyable.
Every part of this movie goes on slightly longer than it needs to.
This one seemed better, maybe?
The story felt rushed and very slow at the same time. I liked it, but I don’t think I’ll watch it again.
That fucking Spider-Man robot, wow.
A few good episodes but nothing amazing. A lot of "remember when we were good" callbacks.
I've had these on the shelf for a couple of years meaning to get to them. I should have read them sooner.
Started off well, trailed off at the end.
Hannah John-Kamen needs to be in everything.
I think this could do with the episodes being maybe 15 minutes longer as they're quite shallow right now but it's saved by how weird and fascinated by everything that Jeff Goldblum is.
This was wild. I couldn’t stop watching.
If someone had to write a movie based on someone telling them about the original, this would be it.
I'm amazed at the restraint the writers had to not put Batman in this until the final episode (which was weird but whatever).
The opening scene is so good.