Midway (2019) - 10/10 Yes, for real. I loved it and there is not much I would change. It's more of an action movie and not much time is really spent on character development at all. This I actually didn't mind so much. Acting was good and the CGI was actually pretty convincing, especially during the flight scenes. Some complained about the dialogue, but I felt it was fine. This is really nothing like "Pearl Harbor" IMO and felt more like an old 1940s WWII movie. A lot of it reminded me of a mix between parts of Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, Ike: Countdown to D-Day and Tora, Tora Tora. Really not much from the original "Midway". They did recreate a lot of scenes of actual battle footage (crashes on the carriers etc). Critics seemed to hate this and I just don't know what they were expecting. I haven't read a ton of books about the battle of Midway, but this seemed pretty accurate to me. Probably Roland Emmerich's best movie. Well I have to admit i'm a fan of his movies. Yet strangely two of his films are some of the worst movies i've ever seen (10,000BC and Godzilla). BTW I tried to see this on Saturday, but only 2 front seats were left. I skipped it and went today at 9:45pm. Glad I did. Not many people there and I got a really good spot.