Captures coming of age that suits Spidey so well.
Pixar continues to make beautiful and charming films complete with very real stakes and, in this film, literal emotions.
A young girl, Riley, goes through a very difficult move, and we see the inside working of how that changes her personality. The choice of the five emotions is very interesting because only one of them, Joy, is positive. Or so we think. We learn how critical each of these lenses for seeing the world is, as the main character gains…
I keep hearing “Bone Tomahawk” described with aspects of horror, but I didn’t get any of that. Sure there is insane violence and gore, but there is no evil. You learn to hate the savages, but only because they are so violent. Is cannibalism enough to classify a movie as a horror?
The pacing is slow, but works. It takes forever until you realize what the plot of the movie is, a four-man rescue mission.
The performances in this movie…