Toy Story 4
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I wish I could summarize my experience of Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey" using one word, but that is unfeasible. Sure, I typed ‘Amazing' as the one opening word of this review, but it is an understatement because Kubrick has boldly sculptured a magnificently ambitious work of art which continues to innovate filmmaking, challenge audience expectations and perceptions, and welcome intellectual discussions about its subject matter.
If I could award a film that goes above and beyond a five star rating, this would be it.
One of the best films from the 90's and one of my absolute favourites, Tim Burton's simultaneous loving and mocking tribute to the infamous ‘worst director of all time', Edward D. Wood Jr. (nicknamed Ed Wood), is chock full of ticklish/ghoulish visuals, marvelous acting (with Johnny Depp and especially Martin Landau as the two leads), and some of Danny Elfman's best composition work.
I found ‘Fat Kid Rules the World' to be endearing and entertaining until it smashed into a dead ending that left me very disappointed.
Briskly paced with tight editing, acting, and music placement, Scorsese's "Goodfellas" strikes moments of gold in an exciting adaptation of a survivor's true story.
It's far too giddy and silly for the old crowd and it's a touch too adult for the young crowd. As a result, "Sheep and Wolves" solid animation (which is marred by odd design choices) and respectful message are lost on blind eyes and deaf ears...with the latter more likely attacked by annoying/incompetent character dialogue and lousy voice acting first.