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Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 is great sequel to 2012's Wreck-It Ralph. Despite some elements being inconsistent from the first film, it is a fun and enjoyable film with an fun and heartwarming story that also tackles some odd things about the internet, animation that expands the world outside of video games, characters that range from likable and fun to funny and charming, great performance from the actors (mostly John C. Reilly as Ralph and Sarah Silverman as Vanellope) and some good and funny humor. This is a film that will win both Disney fans, Wreck-it Ralph fans and, of course, fans of video games and internet people (no pun intended). I give this great sequel a 5/5 (9/10) rating for being a great followup to one of my favorite films of 2012.
At the very least, Dr. Seuss' The Grinch is an okey Christmas Illumination film with an okey story that adds little to the source material, good animation in the same route as The Lorax, acting that it's just mediocre (with the exception of Benedict Cumberbatch as The Grinch being as good as Jim Carrey's Grinch) and the rest being a standard okey Christmas flick. It may not be as bad as the 2000 live action version but it's not as good as the 1966 animated version by Chuck Jones. I give Illumination's second Dr. Seuss film adaptation a 3/5 (6/10) rating being just an Okey Christmas film.
Christopher Robin is a great Disney live action film since The Jungle Book. Sure it may not be 100% perfect with the story structure being too similar to Steven Spielberg' Hook, but like the film, it manage to succeed our expectations with a charmingly story, CG visuals on Winnie the Pooh capture there animated counterparts with a mix of the original A.A. Milne designs and the toys they were based on, same funny Winnie the Pooh humor we all love, acting from the live action cast is spot on and voice acting, especially from the old one like Jim Cummings and Brad Garrett, that somewhat capture the voices of the original 1977 animated film. This is strongly a high recommendation for both Winnie the Pooh fans, Ewan McGregor fans (who play the title character) and even Disney fans who enjoy the Winnie the Pooh movies. I gave this Marc Forster 7 Year Winnie the Pooh film a 9/10 for being the best recent Disney live action film since The Jungle Book in 2016.
Incredibles 2 is amazing and 'totally wicked' film since their last film, Coco. Sure the sequel can have it's quirks like with a plot that copying elements from the first Incredibles, but with a great executed story (like the role reversal), animation that gonna a hugh upgrade from the first film, humor that is still funny as last time, great voice acting brought by the returning voice actors and the new ones and characters that are still memorable like before. This is great highly recommendation for both Pixar fans, super hero fans, Incredibles fans and ones who are a fans of Brad Bird who enjoy this like the first movie. I gave this 14-year long awaited sequel 9/10 for being the best Pixar sequel/film of 2018.
To tell you, Sherlock Gnomes is an unnecessary CGI sequel to Gnomeo & Juliet that is not worth watching. Maybe the animation is nice to look at, but with a bad and predictable inconsistent story, unfunny and cringey humor, a cast of annoying characters meant to funny then likeibe and voice acting that is rather boring and stupid. I gave this worst animated sequel a 3/10 rating for being a film that just feels unnecessary to watch.