Exquisitely and eloquently, this Celtic story about shape-shifting wolves transcends its relatively unsophisticated plot with heartwarming moments.
The magic of Onward, even when merely functional, is still spellbinding.
RDJ’s half-assed performance is actually still captivating. Sadly the simple plot lacks force and tends to literally do little.
While the third act stumbles, Nanti Kita Cerita tentang Hari Ini ventures more than just a sappy family drama; it’s a close-up look of toxic masculinity at its crudest.
Imperfect offers a Mean Girl-spirited drama about self-acceptance and body positivity that hits close to home, even when it might become self-righteous at some part.
Sausage Party directors—Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan—attempt to recreate the transcend the utter absurdity of their R-rated cult animation with a more established material. They think that the creepy, kooky, mysterious, spooky, and ooky Addams Family by Charles Addams might […]
You might have heard and seen the archetypal stories of a bizarre creature befriending teenage humans and embarking on a life-changing journey that will forever affect both parties. You have known this kind of story in many forms; be it […]
In the first fifteen minutes of Dora and the Lost City of Gold, the titular character will remind audiences of how odd the original cartoon could be —from the bizarre talking objects, which include an all-knowing yet simple map and […]
Jon Favreau’s photo-realistic remake of Disney Renaissance’s magnum opus, The Lion King, is best described as being nonurgent. As a matter of fact, it’s unquestionably prone to exoticism and aesthetic in terms of visual or musical, even more than Favreau’s […]
With plot that works like a series of comedic sketches, The Secret Life of Pets 2 can only entertain with the super-cute characters—the best product of the series.
Ritchie’s Aladdin might not grant all the wishes for a charming and bedazzling live-action of the Disney classic, but it’s not bad either. It simply isn’t special.
While Dumbo is visually likable, it wasn’t charming, let alone magical.
Albeit stuttered, Christopher Robin serves its purpose to deliver message about quality time with family.
Presenting a sharp (but not unusual) blend of exaggerated sibling-rivalry dramedy and sweet romcom, Brother of the Year crafts a heartwarming comedy with unexpected (but effectively presented) turn.
A wonderful story of how every person can be the wonder.