His Dark Materials
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The In-Laws blends comedy and chase pretty good but doesn't stand the test of time. Most jokes just are not funny and Alan Arkin is extremely dull.
As bizarre and unlikable all the characters are surprisingly Sandler and Aniston have chemistry.
Tries to hit all the same notes that The Muppet Movie and Caper hit but doesn't have the same magic that those previous films had. Soundtrack is a bit of a dud.
Great soundtrack, a lot of fun but hard to grip on to anything in order to really love it.
Labyrinth borrows from films like Alice In Wonderland but has it's own twist on things. Henson's dark muppet movies are impressive. He has a talent at creating unexpected interesting worlds. On top of the adventure there are David Bowie musical numbers as he plays the Goblin King that are just fantastic.
The Dark Crystal has the tendency to use pointless dialogue to point out what is happening. Given that, you can not ignore the world building and imaginary genius that went into this. Using mostly practical effects, The Dark Crystal accomplishes more with muppets than some fantasy films today can.
The Science of Sleep captures childhood love. There is no telling what is real or not but by falling in between real and dream we find the truth. This movie is to evoke feelings and that is what is done perfectly alongside Gondry's style of shooting a film.
Wonderful poetry on moving on with things in the past. Obviously it can be interrupted in many different ways and that is what makes this film stand out.