You know something’s about to be good when it’s titled seventh. But thankfully, it doesn’t place with emphasis on “the seventh son of a seventh son” which is a popular trope in fantasy.
Because yes this movie is a fantasy.
When evil rears its ugly head and humanity is about to meet its end, only one can put an end to that evil or else humanity will be gone forever.
I would suggest that you see this movie now and avoid the SpongeBob movie like the plague.
- The SpongeBob Movie Is Absurd, Delightful Business as Usual (olaselicas.wordpress.com)
- “The SpongeBob Movie,” “Jupiter Ascending,” “Seventh Son” Open Friday (eastidahonews.com)
- Seventh Son Takes a Toll on the Stars’ Acting Chops (guardianlv.com)
- Review: The Seventh Son Is an Incoherent, Exponent-Obsessed Mess – Here is Jeff Bridges punching a bear, are you not entertained? (themarysue.com)