His Dark Materials
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Wonderful script, I loved the dialogue. Ed Norton will be nominated for this role, nothing short of amazing. In fact, the cast was fantastic. Gugu Mbatha-Raw lit up the screen, and although she's been in a lot of films and TV shows, this will catapult her into roles bigger. All in all, a great film.
It's a wow, no matter how much you like it. Amazing and powerful performance from Joaquin Phoenix, surely the Academy will be calling. However, the movie is disturbing, has a bad message (for some, they'll run with it), and I didn't see the pre-Batman in it, but what I did is, be aware of Mental Illness in our Country. Take it seriously.
A visual feast for the eyes. I don't know how they achieved this, but it was technically amazing. So real, truly, state-of-the-art. Loved The Lion King all over again.
Sweet and a little absurd, and funny, especially care of Kate McKinnon. It's a delightful story come to life by Himesh Patel and Lily James, who have an infectious on-screen chemistry. Still, it was 30 mins too long, and lost a half star. We get it.
Done as a pseudo-musical sure to have a stage rendition soon, Taron Egerton transformed into a younger Elton, performing traditional, modern, and classical versions of many of the hit songs. The story, mostly sad, but very interesting and learned about Elton things I didn't know. Bottomline, enjoyable and worthy.