Hollow and shallow, Tokyo Ghoul fails to bring a cinematic interpretation of its source material, instead bringing to life an uninspiring story that boasts no structure and simply goes on until the screen fades to black. This is a film that will be frustrating to watch if a fan and will be unsucessful to lure in new fans.
With a great balance between devilish glee and heartfelt sincerity from Bill Murray, Groundhog Day offers an easily digestible tale that creates a charm of its own, even if some of the middle section of the story isn't the most beliveable or understandable.
Featuring a shiny performance from Kristen Wiig, Bridesmaids is ever so entertaining and better realized than a lot of similar comedies, albeit its showcase of talented female comedians isn't on par with its ultimate generic story arc.
Celebrating both the mind and the irrationality of love, a daring script and a dazzling direction make Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind an experience of a film, with Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet showcasing their talents on both the drama and the comedy to bring to life one of the greatest romantic films ever to come to the silver screen.
From greatly crafted scares to its creepy-inducing cinematography, Annabelle: Creation boasts creative talent from its cast members, young and old, and the usage of the infamous doll, with a great tribute ending and tie ins to The Conjuring Universe; though, like many horror movies before this one, it occassionally lacks on what comes to the script.