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The Jungle Book
17 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The Jungle Book is absolutely sublime. The voice acting is terrific, the spectacle outstanding, the CGI unnoticeable, and the story is thrilling and gripping. It'll be a damn fine year if a better film comes out.

Bridge of Spies
17 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

When Bridge Of Spies drags, it instantly apologizes by justifying the drag in the next scene, and it's the only time I can think of when I've noticed a film's length one minute, and then just not cared about it the next. I can't tell you if that says anything about the film or myself, but I can tell you that this is a damn great piece of well-written drama with thrills and superb performances to boot.

Captain America: Civil War
17 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The reason it works so well is that we've come to care about these characters across several films, and what they go through and the decisions they make are genuinely affecting, for this movie universe and the audience. Captain America: Civil War isn't the best film in the MCU, but it's the most emotionally impactful and rewarding one, functioning as a superb sequel to the two Captain America and the two Avengers films, while working as its own thrilling and entertaining blockbuster that balances the politically serious narrative with the comic-book fun.

Big Night
Big Night (1996)
17 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The accents are all over the place and so hard to understand sometimes, though Big Night comes through with likable characters, a moving story, great looking food and a final shot that perfectly encapsulates all that came before it.

Legend (2015)
17 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Legend is entertaining as hell, well-acted, scary and interesting enough to warrant a solid recommendation, even if it feels an hour longer than it is and the story is a little disjointed.