Toy Story 4
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This is one of the few Disney films that I hated. Dumbo was long winded and self indulgent - sorry to say, very much what I would expect from a Tim Burton film. It was way too messy and boring.
Blown away. I watched John Wick 3: Parabellum out of curiosity, having missed JW1 and JW2. Now I understand why this is becoming a cult film. Keanu Reeves plays the role to perfection, and even I am in awe. One thing that struck me was that this Neo-noir genre is still very much in vogue. Also, the level of martial arts choreography and stunt work has developed to an impressive level, that not only have they caught up with the Hong Kong (East Asian) martial arts stunts, but actually surpassed it. The stunt work was simply breathtaking. My main complaint is the level of violence! Entertainment-wise, it was even better than say, Mission Impossible or Jason Bourne or James Bond series. The direction for JW3 is top notch, and I am looking forward to JW4.
This film was definitely written for Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson - they were perfect for their parts. It's a very light go-to film just to be entertained. Nothing cerebral - just slapstick funny like the female versions of the Three Stooges - hilarious, crass and bawdy humour. My cinema was packed with women watching - girls just want to have some fun. I'd be surprised if they don't come up with a Hustle 2 movie.
Disappointing. Animation-wise, loved the cuteness of Pikachu and the voice acting of Ryan Reynolds. But, story telling was laboured and self-indulgent. Could have been better had more thought gone into the story telling and the pacing of the film.
Loved it. This live action version of Aladdin was surprisingly enjoyable. Loved the beautiful visuals, the colour and of course, the fantastic cast. Will Smith was simply in his element as the Genie, while Naomi Scott and Mena Massoud delivered amazing performances as Princess Jasmine and Aladdin respectively. The new song, "Speechless" was superb, and a nice touch to change the narrative for Disney princesses! For once.