Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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| Fresh (14)
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Leonard seems confused about his mission: amusement-park ride or educational film? He tries for a little of each and ends up with a hodgepodge.
The Imax 3-D format continues to evolve toward narrative maturity, without bothering to ask whether viewers want it to.
Instead of giving its eponymous protagonist center stage to strut and fret and sit in the audience's laps, it spends its best energy throwing a watered-down, imitation-Spielberg story in your face.
It represents the pinnacle, so far, of 3-D filmmaking, and even apart from the technology, it's a very watchable little movie.
The film is the sort likely to whet active young minds to know more about the past.
It is for all of us who have wondered about this amazing period in our history.
T-Rex may be dumbed-down science and indirect educational material, but there is a lot going on in this 45-minute movie. And it isn't ever boring.
Dynamite 3-D dinosaurs invade an Afterschool Special-style story.
The tepid story line sinks this 45-minute, big-screen film right into the tar pits.
Has a pleasant narrative that's impressively elevated by the IMAX 3-D process.
For those who marvel at dinosaurs, this is an absolute must-see.
A rousing 3-D dinosaur adventure.
This film is good, the story is telling about T-Rex.
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