Some of the magic is gone but the sequel to the superior first Back to the Future provides enough laughs and tense situations to keep us hooked. Unfortunately, it becomes less about its story as it does about its characters.
An exciting and entertaining sci-fi classic from American cinema that gives out laughs and good feelings the entire two hours. It has a colourful cast of characters and it often twists itself with unexpected turns of events.
It may have a rough start with its unlikeable lead and cliche (and sometimes crude) dialogue but Moon Point picks up on its spontaneous journey with good supporting characters and a good reveal in its final act. It should prove to be an enjoyable quirky film if not a comical or romantic one.
Prisoners is gripping with a intense focus on its themes. The performances are very good and the subject matter is appropriately disturbing. The visual style to the film fits its gloomy, brooding tone.
The newest X-Men film is welcomed as another great superhero film with plenty of story to spare. The scale is broad and daring and the thematic elements - ranging from politics to issues of racism, slavery, torture, mechanization, and, of course, evolutionary philosophy - are tightly bound into an action-packed sequel. James McAvoy's performance is superb.