A weird mixture of creepy and ridiculous.
Yes, it’s just as awesome as it sounds!
The latest contribution to the Spider-Man story is content with being a fun, forgettable, summer action movie, and that’s probably just as well.
Frequently tragic and depressing but also funny and, ultimately, hopeful.
A conventional cross-cultural bonding story that is elevated by the bravery of its subject and the strength of its performances.
I don’t know what I resent more, the tedium of the second half or the wasted potential of the first.
A quirkily entertaining and stoutly unsentimental look at the relationship between a homeless woman and a playwright.
Despite being more heteronormative and less feminist than the book, it is, in its own way, very interesting, with its own perspective on faith and an unconventional love story.
An epic, post-apocalyptic fantasy about one hero’s struggle to avert war, protect the environment, and save her people.
I guess I can see how its unapologetic goofiness might appeal to some people, but I just found it annoying.