Either Baywatch or Dead Men Tell No Tales could have been good – well, passable – with screenplays content to be plain ol’ mediocre.
Ridley Scott uses all the black goop and snarling xenomorphs to stage an earnest, ambitious attempt to grapple with big ideas.
Things to Come is grounded in the personal, but it’s also deeply invested in the philosophical and the political.
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Introducing Hounds of Love, Stephen Curry began with an apology. “I apologise in advance if anyone expected The Castle.”
Paterson is a tone poem, capturing the sedate rhythms of everyday life.
A light-hearted fanservice romp through RPG clichés, populated by the imaginatively-named – and barely-dressed – cast of Fighter, Mage, Dark Elf and Paladin.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is everything its predecessor should have been. That doesn’t make it a masterpiece, but it’s pretty fun.