If you’ve ever wondered what Zootopia would have been like if the creators cared half as much, your wishes have come true with Illumination’s Sing! The movie that takes everything you love… about 2009, puts a spit-polish on it, and serves it back to you in a microwave safe package.
Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt are on a spaceship and wake up 90 years too early and now, alone together, can they fix a steadily malfunctioning ship and, more importantly… find love?
If you’re currently not watching Rouge One: A Star Wars Story, you are doing everything wrong.
Many years before the events of Harry Potter, a guy named Newt Scarmander came to America with a case full of mythical creatures and was extremely irresponsible with them to say the least.
Honky ass crackers aside, Doctor Strange in an immensely enjoyable addition to the MCU. A veritable kaleidoscope of weirdness and confidence shining a spotlight on a little known Marvel superhero and, from someone who knew very little about him until I watched this movie, allow me to say, it’s a pleasure to meet you, Doctor.
This was a film crafted from love and it is so refreshing to see a lighter and more friendly take on Batman in the mainstream. Even when the movie arguably goes dark, it still stays fun and wholesome.
Wiener-Dog is a pompous and pretentious cynical soul-crushing experience aiming to be art, but it accidentally becomes a target for some well-deserved scorn. This movie made me feel dirty all over.
It was the type of story where the direction it was going was never very clear and every event around every corner was a surprise. Some surprises made you smile, while others broke your heart. Kubo and the Two Strings respected its audience enough not to hold back its punches and allowed them to bring extra weight to the story.
This movie surpassed my every expectation and, to be perfectly honest, I’m actually thinking it’s got a shot at getting on my Best of 2016 list at the end of the year.
Most of the time, I let movies marinate in my mind for an hour or two before I write a review for them. Heck, sometimes even longer than that! With Ratchet and Clank, though, I knew I had to write my review right away, not because I was excited to, but rather because I knew that, if I didn’t, I wasn’t going to remember a goddamn thing that happened in the movie.