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Thomas & Friends: Misty Island Rescue
3 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Of all the Thomas & Friends features to be made, this is weakest. It has good animation, music and all the right voice actors, but the script is what fouls it all up. The new characters are not developed, the dialog contains unnecessary rhyming and several moments feel too improbable to belong to this series.

Thomas & Friends: Day Of The Diesels
3 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

With people falling over from the silliness that was Thomas & Friends: Misty Island Rescue (2010), the quality has made a mild return to form for this feature. While it may still have problems with character backgrounds, and bland music, there are things to like about it. The story decides to focus on Percy instead of Thomas, the are some new and old returning characters to see and the animation is still well done.

Amusement
Amusement (2008)
3 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

While the music, actresses and camerawork are the highlights to the feature, the overall experience is messy and not well put together well. The script has too much random continuity, the villain has no background for his motives and there are subplots left unchecked even after the story finishes.

The Shack
The Shack (2017)
3 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

This movie may seem rather heavy at first, but the overall message to the story is interesting enough to at least have viewers listen. While it does have some strange moments about God in general and the usual Christian genre clichés, the main cast perform well. The characters develop nicely, the camerawork is pretty and the music is effective.

The Odd Couple II
3 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

While the script may suffer from unnecessary add ins and occasionally less energetic dialog, the rest of the viewing experience is still enjoyable. Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon remain the highlight of the feature, with great exchanges, acceptable cinematography and respectable music.