A weird mixture of creepy and ridiculous.
A conventional cross-cultural bonding story that is elevated by the bravery of its subject and the strength of its performances.
An epic, post-apocalyptic fantasy about one hero’s struggle to avert war, protect the environment, and save her people.
As nutritious as a bowl of Skittles – and every bit as tasty!
It’s a nice change to see a film that can be shamelessly sentimental about friendship, family, political idealism – anything except sex.
A good, old-fashioned heroic tale, with brave warriors, noble princesses, and honourable commanders.
A timely and relevant film that unfortunately fails to live up to its potential.
The longest and best part of this movie is the training sequence, in which the hero learns by gradual stages the skills needed to be a kung fu master.
I like this movie, with its moments of sweetness, whimsy, and humour, but there’s a cold nugget of cynicism at its heart that keeps me from loving it.
Ever think of a piggy-back as one person rubbing their genitals against another person’s spine? Neither had I.