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the last jedi offers various twists to its typical star wars formula, bringing rich story lines to its main characters, while its side plots enhance the theme of the film.
The greatest showman is passionate in both its performances and singing, bringing smiles to everyone.
Isle of dogs is gorgeous, witty, and heartwarming. its colorful cast of characters and beautiful japanese culture made me want to watch this again and again.
The death cure is emotional and slows down its pace for characters to feel and show the story while giving its audience the best ending this solid franchise can offer.
downsizing has nothing to do with the concept of downsizing, but uses it to disguise its generic mid-life crisis movie.
Get out has clever writing that not only shows contemporary social tensions, but also keeps its audience on the edge.
The Book of Life is stylistic, but its annoying side character and one-sided protagonists make this movie fall flat.
The Circle shows some promise with its 1984-esque message, however, the main character's poor decisions pushed the film in every wrong direction.
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword overuses style heavy action sequences which takes out the classic feel to the legend of King Arthur while the plot builds up too much for the audience to keep engaged.
The Big Sick is heartfelt, funny, and surprisingly human. It deals with culture, relationships, love, and family in a way that connects with anyone.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man Tell No Tales has an interesting beginning, introducing new characters and revisiting old ones. The third act and climax was gorgeous and serves as a great wrap up to the series. However the second act was a drag and the villain, although gave a great backstory, wasn't really necessary. Overall, the plot could've been a great character-driven movie without any real antagonist but the forced villain dragged the film and prevent it from being a good Pirates film.
IT is terrifying, yet it takes time to leave the horror-show and develop lovable characters that amplifies IT from a one-time-scare to something worth rewatching.
Central Intelligence has a pretty average story, but Hart and Johnson's chemistry and comedy made the movie ultimately enjoyable.
Fist Fight was funny once the third act kicks off, but the build up to that was too annoying thanks to its cast.
Despicable 3 is in many ways lesser than its predecessors, but still has an entertaining aspect with its main family. The film could've been on par with the first two if they wouldn't cut off other's time for the minions.
Captain America: the Winter Soldier is fast paced and grounded, appealing to not only its fans, but also bringing in new ones.
Captain America was fun enough to get a rewatch, but also dull enough to not be above the average of MCU.
Thor delivers a beautiful Asgard, and the characters Thor and Loki stood out with their charisma. However weak chemistry between the main love interest and the heavy focus on Earth and human characters made the film fall to average.