Frozen II succeeds as a brand extension for Disney, but limps over the line as a movie in its own right.
The Lion King adds nothing. All it does is subtract.
Toy Story and Child’s Play were both defining films of my childhood. In very different ways, of course.
Fun! Funny! …Just not as fun or funny as The Lego Movie.
Grimoire of Zero simultaneously reveals the strengths and weaknesses of a short episode run.
Mary and the Witch’s Flower has a comforting familiarity, as though recalling the feeling of rewatching your favourite Ghibli film for the umpteenth time.
Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood’s portrayal of power, whether physical, alchemical or political, is rendered with real nuance.
Pixar have got their mojo back.
In its second season, Attack on Titan makes its explanations work by opening up more questions.
I’m a sucker for a good gimmick. And what better gimmick for a film about Vincent van Gogh than to hand paint every damn frame?