Toy Story 4
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It's a comical, yet painfully parallel portrayal of history repeating itself. Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman possesses strong performances, dynamic storytelling and harsh social commentary that's the director's best in years. 4.1/5
While the film's character arcs may be derivative, it's no question how mesmerizing Toy Story 4 was overall. Dazzling animation, laughs for all generations and heart and sentimentality that's grown accustomed to this famed Disney/Pixar franchise. 4.2/5
While it may feel to lighthearted or safe for play there's no denying the impact Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali's chemistry and comradery guides this film. Green Book is beautifully directed and exceptional in their performances that's meaningful and heartwarming 4.1/5
The 2019 incarnation of Shaft bridges the gap between generations of this blaxploitation saga. The film has its obvious plot holes and weary narrative but it's ultimately a fun and entertaining entry with Samuel L. Jackson being Samuel L. Jackson: a bad mutha- SHUT YO MOUTH! 3.5/5
A Series of Unfortunate Events highlights the bizarre lore of Lemony Snicket's encapsulating vision by utilizing a plethora of stars including Meryl Streep and ever-iconic, multi-layered Jim Carrey. The charming adolescent/toddler trio and perilous, yet quirky plot is just enough satisfaction and entertainment to wonder what could have been for this potentially-developing franchise. 3.75/5