Candyman (2021) Full Review

Candyman (2021)

I wanted to get my review of the 2021 version of candyman, not quite a sequel, but not quite a reboot. It does mention the events of what happened in the original 1992 film starring tony todd and Virginia Madsen. If I'm not mistaken, she did some voiceovers for the film, but you know.

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Nevertheless, this movie takes place in modern times. Pretty much now keep in mind. This movie was supposed to come out in 2020, but it takes place in 2019, but fair enough, not really a big deal. The movie was actually filmed in Chicago and it tells the continuing story of candyman 2021. Well, basically, a man that was wrongfully murdered.

This particular candy man isn't so much about the character tony todd played. This is about a man who a homeless man who roamed the Cabrini, Cabrini green projects in Chicago, and basically he had a hook on his hand. Now, what happened was he was wrongfully murdered by Chicago's finest because they thought that he put a razor blade and some candy and it hurt a little white girl or killed her or whatever the case may be, so they just automatically assumed. It was him and they beat him to death and basically. You know he sought his revenge on anybody.

That would call his name five times now it had also, you know, the lead character is a struggling artist and he's stung by a bee, but instead of his you know hand healing his hand starts to deform his will of most of his entire body, but then He goes sees his mother and she tells him well what pretty much is going on, but never. Nevertheless, I want you to see the movie. It has a couple of surprises in it, to say the least, but it really well does the movie, I'm proud of the job that Jordan pale did write. The script and nia de costa did direct the film she did an excellent job. Smoothie has a running time of two hours on the dot, but it goes by pretty quick, real, solid, good movie. Jordan pale is nailing it and I do like the racial elements of it. But on a side note, I got to keep it 100. 

Candyman (2021)

You know the original candyman, whose name was Daniel, basically to make a long story short. He paid a stiff price for basically swirling and messing with his employer's daughter. So that's basically what it comes down to the original candyman was a swirler and he paid a stiff price for it.

But you know I've talked about this racial element with you know the double standard when it comes to a black man being involved with a white woman versus a black woman being involved with a white man, but you know. Nevertheless, I like the racial element that it had you know breaking down some things, so I thought that was pretty clever, how they put that in now. Something else I didn't like: I'm not gonna make a big deal out of it, but once again, I'm kind of getting tired of them pushing the alphabet agenda in these movies, because they do have a character who happens to be black. Who is part of the alphabet community and he is a swindler, so you know you know that seemed to be something that a lot of these black female directors seem to be. You know putting in their TB projects is something that their initiate initiating and pushing strongly, but nevertheless, I can overlook it.

You know you know I'm not gonna, let that, I'm not gonna. Let that overall affect my opinion of the movie. I thought it was a great movie and it's a lot of there's a lot of violence in this movie. So you know it's a lot of slashing in this movie. I think it's enough homicides in this movie to keep you satisfied.

So you know it's not. I can tell you more than two people got the business in this movie and I'll just leave it at that, but I highly recommend this movie on a scale of one to ten.

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