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Dumbo himself is adorable, when he is the main focus, the film charms. Same can't be said for most of the humans.
Vanessa Redgrave can deliver an internal monologue like no one else.
A fun, exciting and mostly self contained Marvel blockbuster that serves its heroine quite well.
Offers a new perspective on racism,and
the final result is a film that is brilliantly constructed. Great effort from Jordan Peele.
It's more so weird than actually scary. Which I could have respected more if the film didn't explain what it was truly about.
It has the grit I liked about Wasp, and a excellent performance from Kate Jarvis.
Wes Craven's debut is thrilling. Especially during the third act when all hell breaks loose.
Examples of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford's amazing talents.Bette Davis' Jane is both over-the-top while displaying nuances unexpected for her character. While Blanche is the heart and soul of the film.
Handsomely made and the performances of Anne Bancroft and Patty Duke serve as the great anchor that holds the film together.
Barbara Stanwyck's Stella is the heart and soul of the film. The film works because of her. An interesting look at what it means to be a mother.
The beauty of the film comes from how it can make a simple slice of life story into something that feels grand while also authentic. Brilliant.
It's thrilling and effective as a B-movie gore fest.
Like the balls themselves, the film allows people to express themselves without facing unwarranted judgement.
Simply positive in every way, truly delightful.
A few decent chuckles in the film does not help this film rise above mediocrity.
The film's excellent message of female empowerment deserves a film that is competently made at the very least.
Visually beautiful and fresh; the actors, are good; and it's refreshing to see a group of women this diverse. It's not hard to figure out the twists and turns if you're paying close attention.
The film does a good job with curiosity.
I, Tonya finds the humor in its real-life story without losing sight of its more tragic elements.