Power Rangers, essentially It Gets Better: The Movie, understands the difference between seriousness and sincerity.
A Cinematic Life aligns Australia’s (second) favourite critic’s biography with cinematic history
Kong: Skull Island isn’t interested in saying anything more substantive than, “Whoa, did you see that!?”
There’s a glimmer of a great idea in Death Parade, but it’s ultimately little more than a unique curio.
An action-comedy perfectly suited to chucking on while kicking back on the couch at home.
At this point, a superheo film eschewing setting up spinoffs and post-credit scenes in favour of robust character development feels almost revolutionary.
I understand why critics love this film, but Ciro Guerra’s diptych portrait of the imperilled Amazon never struck a nerve with me.
While Puella Magi Madoka Magica is indebted to magical girl tropes, it offers an immeasurably darker take on that material than you could imagine.