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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
12 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Strong enough to be its own thing and nostalgic enough to build on the universe explored in Harry Potter, Fantastic Beasts offers a great cast of characters, a witty and involving plot, and some curious additions to what was already a complicated but worthy investment into a magical world.

Little Miss Sunshine
12 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Little Miss Sunshine is quirky an fun, a rebellious challenge to systematic notions and placing a spotlight on psychology. The script is well-written and balances all characters evenly.

Beauty and the Beast
21 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Beauty and the Beast works well as a musical with elegant settings and costuming, a blissful soundtrack, and all the nostalgia to be had as a result of the adaptation. The original animated version is superior though with a stronger sense of relaying character personalities and majesty. Gone is the outcast Belle who is instead replaced with someone who simply says they're an outcast; gone is Beast's ferocity, unlikeability, and short-tempered behaviour, replaced by someone who spends more energy being nicer and calmer on-screen; gone is the imagination and creativity behind the fantasy only to be replaced with half-handed origin subplots, nuances of overacting, and more of a stage-presence feel to its execution.

The Bourne Supremacy
22 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

It excites its audiences about as much as the first, with a plot that brings in enough questions to generate a story and tying up loose ends established in Identity. The third act takes a bit of a dive with an action sequence that doesn't advance much of anything but continues for a good chunk of time before thrusting us into an ending that is a little emotionally distant considering the weight of its revelations.

The Bourne Identity
22 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Bourne Identity does a great job of being a sleek action thriller with an attention-gripping plot that follows through on gasp-worthy moments of intensity and characters that are performed rather well.