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A Monster Calls
20 hours ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A Monster Calls is a magnificent film of darkness and fantasy, grief and imagination. Director J.A. Bayona does a brilliant job with this film, everyone in the cast gives great-to-amazing performances, especially from Lewis MacDougall. The animation and visuals are astounding to witness, and the script from the book's author himself is very impressive, combining heavy themes and emotion with pure imagination and depth. A Monster Calls is an emotional, engrossing and moving masterpiece and my favourite film of 2016.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
3 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Despite the choppy first act and some weak characterizations and music choices, director Gareth Edwards gives us a war story with a surprising amount of depth and sophistication, as it is a story of hope and sacrifice. With great performances, stunning visuals, action, scale and spectacle, and an awesome third act, Rogue One is a fantastic new entry in the Star Wars mythology, and a promising first entry for the new Star Wars Story/Anthology films that breaks new narrative ground.

X-Men: Days of Future Past
22 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

WOW! So many brilliant Hollywood blockbuster hits in 2014. However, this might just be my favourite of the comic book movies that were just as awesome (except Amazing Spider-Man 2).

I love that they threw away The Last Stand and just reset their entire universe. The plot is exciting yet intriguing. The cast was terrific in their respective roles. The CGI and action was also pretty excellent.

The movie was fricking awesome, even as much as Marvel's The Avengers. Welcome back, Bryan Singer! To the franchise you should never leave (until the time has come for a reboot).

Moana (2016)
27 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Moana isn't the most original thing ever and isn't as fantastic as Zootopia, as it is derivative of other better Disney films and has pacing problems here and there. However, Moana makes up for it by offering some new lovable characters in the Disney "canon", great music (although not as grand or amazing as the music in other Disney films), amazing visuals and animation, as well as a few new fresh elements to make itself unique from other Disney films. Moana is a satisfying new entry into Disney's new modern animation renaissance.

Sucker Punch
Sucker Punch (2011)
36 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Even with its impressive visuals, action and spectacle, and the performances being hit-and-miss, I can't tell if Sucker Punch is brilliant, pretentious or down-right stupid, especially with its story and script.