Playful in the same manner as Iron Man 3, the globe-trotting Spider-Man: Far From Home is possibly the best choreographed Spider-Man movie ever but that’s possibly its best suit.
Dark Phoenix is not the trainwreck people keep bragging about. It’s just a purpose-less, risk-less, incoherent comic book movie without big spectacles.
Only the colossal amount of Kaiju Soshingeki visual spectacles and iconic one-perfect-shot moments that could somehow save Godzilla: King of the Monsters from its failing narrative.
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.
The premise and production value of The Wandering Earth is otherworldly stunning; while the well-intended movie isn’t without flaw.
With Endgame, Marvel provides an emotionally overwhelming cinematic experience as a closure to its carefully planned universe (built in 11 years) to be celebrated for years to come.
Neil Marshall’s Hellboy is truer to the nature and style of the source materials compared to the versions it reboots; however, that doesn’t make it a better movie.
While Dumbo is visually likable, it wasn’t charming, let alone magical.
With fuzzy narrative and alienating plot-points, Captain Marvel can still deliver a blast along with profound empowering message.
Even when Isn’t It Romantic? fell into the subject it tries to criticize, it’s still uplifting. Thanks to Rebel Wilson.