Gosh, this 4th installment of Toy Story is amazing. By far one of the best animated movies this year. What shocks me the most is that this movie is able to use a plastic spork and make it the films best character. This movie speaks with life. It speaks with reality. And it hits hard. Good as the 1st? No. But lives up to the hype? Yes. The movie is gorgeously made and filled with color and cinematically beautiful. And as for Mr. Sporky, you're not gonna look at a spork the same way anymore. He's a new character landmine in the books!
This movie is mighty visual, powerfully told, and extremely beautiful. Director Joe Talbot is somebody to watch out for in the future. He makes the city of San Francisco a visual work of art. The movie shines with life and color, and is hard to take your eyes off the screen, with some of it's brilliant powerful shots and cinematography.
Octavia Spencer is the only reason why this movie passes the time. [Spencer] is so damn good at portraying her characters with life and entertainment. I can't credit and praise how much Octavio Spencer delivered a great performance here. However, as for the rest... the movie could've had some full potential to make itself different from the rest of these teen-thrillers, but it fails. This is almost as if the writer just said "f**** it" and gave the producers a sloppy draft of this story. This movie has really great logic, but misses every opportunity to make it different. It's too predictable and relies on cliches. The movie is a missed shot at being something great and amazing, teased in the trailer. But it fails.
Damn, I don't even know where to begin with this catastrophe. This is a halfhearted rendition of the original MiB. This movie is dumb, not funny, and is a disgrace, setup for the Razzies. If there can be a vacuum to delete any movie in the movie data base, I'd use it for this... and the Emoji movie. But besides that, this is horrible. Yes, entertaining, but also checks the box for stupid. There's other worthy independent movies that deserve to be in theaters, rather than this dump.