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Painfully Stale. A clone of the 1994 classic. Has the look, and songs of the original, but no soul.
Gone is the built up and reveal of the monsters from it's predecessor, King of the Monsters has cool to look at fights but no characters to drive or pay-off to a script in need of a better narrative.
The magic and love of film and Elton John shines bright in this stylistic and heartfelt biopic.
Another Men In Black film, minus the charm, wit, cleverness, energy, or fun that it's previous films had.
With great set-up comes great payoff! Spider-Man Far from Home doesn't just bring the fun spirit of the summer, it also gives it's web slinging hero a meaning.
The Lorax has the look of Dr.Seuss but not the feel.
I've argued Toy Story was one of the best trilogies ever, now I have to argue it's the best quadrilogy.
Toy Story 4 continues the saga's winning streak with emotionally riching storytelling and poignant character development by adding old and new taste, and offers more themes that not only make it honorable sequel but a stand alone achievement in it's own rights.
While it may not be the MCUâ(TM)s most strongest entry it doesnâ(TM)t have to be. Captain Marvel manages to still bring a solid punch full of action and wit, and Brie Larson shines just as much as the character she portrays on screen. 8/10 stars.
Funny and full of cheer the Muppets Christmas Carol brings the classic tale to life with its love able cast of actors and muppets alike.