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Exact Rating: 8.2/10
While there are some excessively overdrawn sequences, a slightly rude subject, and an underwhelming theme of cultural relativism, In and Out of Africa is nevertheless an educational, intriguing, and beautiful documentary about African art, merchants, and the customs of selling in the U.S. It's a shame that this documentary isn't well-known, as it could be a critical foundational piece for those seeking knowledge of African culture and social interaction.
Exact Rating: 7.4/10
No Time to Die is in no way the sleekest of the Bond films. With cheesy lines, a very long runtime, poor pacing, and a story executed with little subtlety, Daniel Craig’s last outing as the long-running spy could be better. Nonetheless, the film packs more than enough punch, scope, originality, character development, and terrific performances to make this a fitting end to Craig’s Bond pentalogy.
The story itself is pretty decent. Aside from lousy pacing issues…
Exact Rating: 9.4/10
Wow.... Just... wow.
They hit the nail on the head with this one. Nearly everything about the latest Spidey adventure works, which is why I'll preface my review with this: Spider-Man: No Way Home is the best live-action Spider-Man film to date, and may even arguably be the best Spider-Man flick of all time. It has a few noticeable flaws, but they are easily forgivable due to the film's strengths.
The story is fantastic. It completely changes…
Exact Rating: 8/10
Zack Snyder’s Justice League is... wow. To keep it short, a lot better than expected. This massive four hour cut is what everybody expected for the last four years, and now that it’s finally here it’s safe to say that their work payed off. This movie is in all ways superior to its 2017 theatrical counterpart by fleshing out its characters, making the story much more cohesive, making great visuals, and having some excellent performances. This movie…