Giving Doc Brown a full personality, Back to the Future Part III is his movie, and sends the series out in capable hands.
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Back to the Future Part II doesn't avoid a challenge in either storytelling or visual effects, and makes sure to evolve Marty McFly's character.
Taking an awkward concept and turning into an example of screenwriting fluency, Back to the Future wastes nothing in achieving pop culture perfection.
Meant to draw attention to African Apartheid's appalling history, District 9 also finds a voice for any instance of cruel human inequality.
The unrelenting cynicism and Vin Diesel's manufactured cool leave Pitch Black overly repetitious.
While partly let down by its too-clean ending, War of the Worlds acts as a bridge to understanding post-9/11 feelings and a changing reality.
One of the best of all Star Wars films, Rogue One brings the franchise's themes, style, and philosophies to the forefront.
While sloppily composed at times, Rise of the Skywalker celebrates the themes, style, and action of this series with proper gusto.
There's a universe of potential stories and characters in The Last Jedi, but this latest Star Wars narrows its view to a small pocket of space with no room …
With perspective offered by hindsight and the series' conclusion, The Force Awakens fits better into the greater arc than previously noticed.
Vibrant, fun, and energetic, Return of the Jedi gives the Empire a perfect undoing while finding closure to the family drama.
Star Wars' centerpiece remains a stellar work as Empire Strikes Back uses a nuanced approach to break from A New Hope's emotional high.