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Beauty and the Beast
6 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

If you can suffer through an act and a half of lolling long camera shots, terrible editing, wooden acting, wet hair CGI from the 90s, and strange new songs, the climax and ending are magical and beautiful and well worth the wait.

Logan (2017)
10 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Tries to defy superhero movie cliche, and starts out smart, then realizes that superhero movies because of the comic material they are based to put this...just aren't.

Arrival (2016)
10 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

"Arrival" has some really, really lazy film storytelling, but it masks it well by being very smart. The laziness comes in the fact that the movie never explains why the aliens need to do what they did so they are saved in the future. Ignoring this important fact so you can just show a movie about whether or not knowing the future will stop how you live is weak storytelling. If that is your theme, it should permeate your film, not just be a quick wrap up at the end to get some awards and pat yourself on the back for deep thinking. Sicario was much, much better. However, it had some great acting, and a fascinating plot (until the end) and good sound.

The Last Man On The Moon
5 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A very well-crafted documentary, that explores the strengths and weakness of a human, and humanity.

The Jungle Book
6 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Christopher Walken as King Louis. Enough said.