John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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A beautiful film for both the eyes and ears, "Rocketman" delivers a slew of catchy tunes and extravagant costumes that will fully immerse you in the experience that is, Elton John. The highlight of the film, Taron Egerton gives a phenomenal performance capturing the emotional rise of Elton's journey to stardom including heartbreak and addiction, all while delivering stunning vocal covers of his best known hits. Rocketman flies high and will definitely have you "feeling the love tonight" for this flashy and flamboyant biopic.
Packed full of CGI and gigantic monster fights, this addition to the Godzilla universe is a hell of an action movie but is less of a king and more of a squire in comparison to the rest of the series. A sloppy story that is covered up by mass amounts of destruction, the film is designed to be seen in theaters, big and loud as can be. Good for a watch if you're in it for the action, Godzilla could have used a luckier dragon than Ghidorah to make it a must see.
Filled with a great returning cast of characters, Dark Phoenix seems to be held back a grade in the "First Class" series. By far the worst of the new era X-Men reboot, the film's plot is shaky, bouncing around from character to character so much that no one gets their due and leaves the story underdeveloped. An odd and disappointing ending to Fox's 20 year franchise run, "Phoenix" would have fit better as a middle of the pack story builder then a hopeful "Endgame" wrap up. Winter has come for Dark Phoenix distinguishing it's flame, long live the "Queen in the North!"
A huge dose of nostalgia, "Aladdin" does a great job of staying true to the original story while mixing in a little flavor of its own. While no one can compare to the genius portrayal of Robin William's genie, Will Smith delivers a valiant effort, giving a performance that everyone can appreciate. The set designs and costuming were fantastic, immersing audiences in a vividly colorful display of Agraba. Aladdin may just be another remake of a classic, which is nothing new in the world of Hollywood, but it delivers a surprisingly good time and one fresh new prince.
Another typical teen romance drama, "The Sun is Also a Star" focuses on young teens with an impending doom hovering over their new found love, although deportation is nothing as heavy as death, which a slew of recent teen love stories have focused on. The film is cheesy at times and weighed down by some dull dialogue, all which can be overlooked with the engaging chemistry between the two leads, Charles Melton and Yara Shaidi, as they journey throughout New York City. While hard as it is to believe you can convince someone to fall in love with you over the course of one day, this teen love story's leads shows that their is no fault in their stars.