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Dark Phoenix, despite its good intentions and great direction from Simon Kinberg, fails to properly close the book on Fox's X-Men saga by delivering what is arguably one of the most low-stakes and uninteresting chapter in the franchise.
Halloween certainly fits snuggly into the more comptetently-made horror movie category. So it's unfortunate to see that such a good production and a dedicated cast are left without any memorable scares.
Clearly the product of a creative team with the best of intentions in mind, Pokémon: Detective Pikachu is a surprisingly heartfelt and superbly animated little adventure-comedy that's also quite a bit twisty.
Macbeth's imagery is cinematic art of the highest degree. Sadly, the language employed is plucked straight out of Shakespeare's original work, which means it's slow, somewhat dated for a modern audience and ultimately sluggish.
In the vein of The Jungle Book, The Lion King is further evidence that Jon Favreau can skillfully and gorgeously direct in the world of CGI, even if this particular remake coasts on nostalgia instead of trying something bold and exciting.