• Hellboy needed to settle down and focus; it’s what makes the audience invest in the content, but the director goes for the cram-everything-in-the-folder-and-shove-the-folder-down-our-throats approach.

  • Jordan Peele’s thought-provoking slasher film suffers from an implausible reveal

  • Tim Burton’s remake is let down by a complicated screenplay, lack of emotional heft

  • A little tightening of these screws would have made the film a truly classic series closer, for now it’s merely a fun one.

  • The Crimes of Grindelwald movie review — A recycled, unambitious affair…

  • …this is a harmless film and at a run-time of just 80 minutes, it breezes by anchored by its kinetic energy. And if you like Pharrell, you’ll find comfort in his voice as the narrator, even though none of the side characters, or even the Grinch himself is noteworthy in any big way. If you’re looking for a more interesting old-timey Christmas based movie, you’re better off firing up the DVD of Robert Zemeckis’ A Christmas Carol instead.

  • Wes Anderson packs this magnificent, complex tale with intoxicating imagery…

  • Tom Hardy’s charisma can’t make up for predictable narrative, unimpressive action sequences…

  • Ironically, this film is based on a successful book series and was made in the hopes of starting a franchise. I can’t recall any other franchise starter so dead on arrival that its own stars bash it in the media. You’re better off being eaten by an actual shark than subjecting yourself to this cinematic guano.

  • This is a rare film that makes the first Jurassic World seem like the first Jurassic Park in terms of quality, which is a huge bummer since it’s directed by JA Bayona who is one of the best working filmmakers out there.

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