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Guy Ritchie's "Aladdin" is another unnecessary Disney reboot that focuses more on lavish CGI-effects than paying homage to the original, but will manage to keep kids entertained in this action-adventure musical that still contains some of the best tunes the House of Mouse has to offer.
Focusing more on urgency than character development, "1917" ditches a traditional narrative and instead allows viewers to experience World War 1 from the trenches as they follow two British soldiers on a journey to alert another company of a German ambush. Director Sam Mendes and the great cinematographer Roger Deakins have created a war film full of impressive technical work in the most unappealing working environments.
"The Town" definitely solidify's Ben Afflect's ability to direct with an intriguing crime thriller about a man who is raised in a town of criminals and realizes that there's more to life, but unfortunately at times it follows the procedural path instead of the one you wish it would.
It's impossible to escape the shadow of the original, but Jon Favreau's retelling of the beloved Disney film boasts some extremely impressive photorealistic animals and some of his best directing. With a talented voice-over cast, there's a few new tunes and scenes, but ultimately it will take awhile for audiences to come to appreciate this version.
Martin Scorsese's influential "Mean Streets" is a fascinating look at a young director setting himself up as one of the industry's best with a tale about an apprentice gangster struggling with sin and redemption featuring two, still relatively new actors in Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel.