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A shining and quiet gem, "Whisper of the Heart" strikes the right notes in teenage ambition and inspiration; taking us back to those life moments when we first believed in ourselves and were willing to take risks to follow our dreams. Here's hoping we continue to do so in our adulthood.
It's a slightly dismal conclusion that overextends the spirit of the trilogy, but "4" does have its moments that are certainly worthy enough to see this beloved gang of characters just once more.
Playing like Alfred Hitchcock's "Rope" where the film is simulated to be all done in one take, "1917" could have easily been more gritty and ambitious with its subject matter and film techniques, but it nonetheless delivers as a character study with a solid grasp on the awful historic war.
With some preposterous plot moments aside, "The Gentlemen" is diabolically entertaining with director Ritchie deliberately being cynical.
It's a classic for breaking new animation grounds.
It's a classic in creating marvelous characters working off one another.
It's a classic for striking the perfect tone for a family flick.
It's a classic for having so much fun and creativity leaping off the screen and speakers.
It's a classic because this is the fifth sentence I typed down reviewing the film. Five stars, check it out!