40 minutes too long and still your inner nerd forces you to sit through the mother of all end credits. Might have been quicker listing everyone in the world not associated with the film. Past family members' pets were being named. The reward is a post credit hint you will have to Google later anyway. Pushing it, Marvel.
One of the weakest Pixar movies. Unoriginal concept and story, forgettable characters, little emotion and zero laughs. Good to see the studio still manages to squeeze something new in between its increasing amount of sequels, but Coco is miles away from the true Pixar greats like WALL-E and Monsters, Inc.
Easily the most overrated movie of 2016. A structural mess with a one-hour overlong story going nowhere slowly. It is a full-blown drama, although for some reason marketed (and by many perceived) as a comedy. There is no genre like drama, but expectations matter.
Really struggling to understand how people found this hilarious. Perhaps there is a growing demand for wigs and false teeth schticks.
Hyperactive, entertaining and very well choreographed action movie. But that's pretty much it, there is nothing being told here. With the amount of inventiveness put into most other aspects of the movie, one could hope for at least half a story. It's not a huge problem that the script is lackluster, Fury Road is here to entertain and it entertains. But from the rave reviews one might be fooled into thinking it's the next Blade Runner, and the fact of…