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The MCU once again flexes its box-office breaking formula with the final installment of The Avengers franchise. While the screenwriters desperately try to write themselves out of a corner with incomprehensible rules about the space-time continuum?, they ultimately present a heartwarming, bittersweet film packed with an absolutely charming ensemble cast. I say this about every Marvel film, but it is impossible to sit through the MCU's confontational fight scenes, with such intricate choreography, epic music and witty one-liners, without having a massive grin on your face.
Gosling and Crowe are the hilarious dynamic duo we didn't know we needed in this colourful comedy.
Maddie is the first horror protagonist I've seen since Laurie Strode to exhibit such unwavering determination and refusal to become a victim. Flanagan is to be applauded on this absolutely chilling motion picture.
Kudrow and Sorvino sparkle in this sweet, light-hearted flick. Romy and Michele's High School Reunion is fun, relatable and features an absolutely killer soundtrack that's bound to stir up nostalgia for the 90's.
Ali Wong and Randall Park are sweet and utterly charming in this adorable romantic comedy. It's wonderful to see a rom-com lead by Asian-American stars, and a story that incorporates the multiculturalism that we experience everyday. I also loved the fact that the film establishes the main cast as individuals, rather then defining them by their romantic relationship. The main problem for me was that the second half of this film felt quite rushed and probably could have benefited from an extra 20 minutes runtime.