Although adapted from centuries old literature, Ne Zha's story still holds relevance behind the showy, gorgeous animation.
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While the mystery's final reveal is deflating in its simplicity, Knives Out succeeds in taking a western view of a rich/poor dynamic.
Midway indulges in messy, repetitive, and choreographed action, made worse through sloppy exposition in the script that drives hokey patriotism instead of authentic stakes.
While strong at its core, Doctor Sleep loses its way in a haze of nostalgia and potential franchise building.
Examining America's post-war truth, Shutter Island smartly traps its lead character on an island where the only out is admitting reality.
Made for the now, this sequel smartly updates the lore, but Terminator: Dark Fate succumbs to action overload - both in quantity and scale.
While daring in tackling a core American value, Gemini Man's script punches too hard and falls to countless thriller cliches in doing so.
While engaging and evocative, Joker draws draws its protagonist with far too much empathy given the nature of this character.
Rambo: Last Blood ignores the character's origins for something vengeful and outrageously violent to close John Rambo's legacy.
Kubrick's The Shining doubles as a paranormal horror movie, but works best in its depiction of domestic abuse and the isolation it causes.
Ring All the Bells George Bailey becomes a saint at one specific moment in It’s a Wonderful Life. He does many great things before – Bailey helps people afford …
Seeing Daylight In 2007, a documentary titled Who Killed the Electric Car? told the story of how various entities combined to keep fuel-based vehicles the standard. A few years …