Not a movie, but it was long enough. Watched doom patrol. Wanted to check it out because I loved the comics as a kid, first volume of Grant Morrisons run was at my library. Surprised how much the show matched the comic, 1 back story changed and 1 character added. Don't think they'll follow the comics plotline though. They also changed a few designs, Mr.Nobody got the worst change.
I surprisingly liked the show. Not into 40 min.-1 hour format usually, time seems to drag in shows like that, but time flied in the show. The characters were pretty fun, albeit the narrator was a massive grate, and their powers were interesting. It's nothing that left me at the edge of my seat, but I'd be willing watch another episode if I had the free time.
I do have an itching paranoia the show might wimp out of the weirdness later on and keep a half assed "weird enough for normal people, but not weird enough to alienate them".
I don't watch movies very frequently anymore and I think most hollywood/netflix movies are crap, but I think well written, well executed movies are some of the best artistic achievements ever made.
I remember watching The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly for the first time and feeling a bit drowsy around the time they blew up the bridge, but once they reach the graveyard, I remember sitting up in bed, becoming fully awake, and thinking to myself, "I am watching something amazing."
>>9520> if you have a kid you need to entertain and don't wanna watch frozen for the 70th time
For what's its worth, my Frozen-stricken niece was sufficiently entertained with OWL HOUSE.