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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie hinges on the highlighting performance from Aaron Paul and cathartic conclusion to one of the show's beloved characters. While casual film-goers will get lost in the frantic flashbacks and pacing, the film is essentially for the show's die-hard fans. 3.9/5
The cinematography is bold and the performance from Joaquin Phoenix is truly captivating in Joker. While it starts sluggishly, the film's ultimate pay-off in delivering the "Clown Prince of Crime" into full-form makes for an unsettling, yet unique character study of one of DC-Comics' iconic villains: Joker. 4.28/5
It's as dazzling, melodic and deep as its musical subject. Rocketman displays the worldwide-sensation in an intimate light that's both emotional and spectacular with all of its glorious noteworthy-numbers and a truly remarkable performance from Taron Egerton. 4/5
A daring-original-narrative from Disney/Pixar that isn't as gripping as other films but still has enough sentiment and charm to keep audiences smiling. Brave's concept is majestic and bold with a story that's both uneven and heartfelt; which is unique to the studios catalog but not among the upper echelon of its other films. 3.6/5
It's a long-overdue finale that, even though doesn't quite fly to heights the previous installments have, still possess a compelling tale and emotional conclusion to a near-decade-worth of dragon-storytelling. The Hidden World is a beautiful send-off of the "How to Train Your Dragon" trilogy; an underrated franchise that can easily compete against its other DreamWorks-animated-projects despite its minimal notoriety. 4.3/5