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The Tourist is undeniably beautiful to look at (though, strangely for a spy movie, most of the film's runtime is spent in a single locale), but a plot riddled with holes, a wooden love story, and a tension-free story that's light on action and spectacle makes this one of the genre's most forgettable and underwhelming entries.
While its fight and action sequences are predictably outstanding, The Forbidden Kingdom is a potentially good movie with a bad case of the "white savior" narrative: and that's leaving aside the fact that the film has only two female characters, both of whom end up dead by the end of the runtime.
Boring, one-dimensional and badly acted (the day that Helen Mirren fails to turn in a captivating performance is a sad one), Nutcracker is an overly sugary visual confection made with the barest minimum of Disney Magic.
A brilliantly humorous and whimsical fairytale for a modern era, Stardust is a must-see, blessed with a wonderfully eye-catching visual style, a talented and surprisingly star-studded cast, and plenty of heart.
An unfortunately cliched attempt at a rom-com that eventually loses the rom and tries to cling to the com as long as possible: sadly, despite at least attempting to be novel, this film falls back on well-worn cliches, predictable stereotypes and boringly unoriginal plot points in its third act, all of which make me wonder whether it's supposed to actually appeal to the LGBTQ community: for a movie ostensibly about a gay man, it certainly does focus heavily on heterosexual relationship drama!