Shirkers. What a unique and powerful exploration of art, creative ambition, and self-discovery. The story is genuinely fascinating, and it’s laid out with remarkable, quirky curiosity. One of the best documentaries of 2018.
Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle is put together surprisingly well, with solid visual effects and a dark, intense tone. The violence and more human setting sets this apart.
Even so, there’s little else that feels fresh here. It’s ultimately just another Jungle Book, albeit with a more grounded approach.
Mission: Impossible - Fallout is exactly as thrilling as you hope it will be! Amazing action, but it never overshadows the high stakes. The plot is complex but never convoluted. Plenty of twists and turns, some genuinely surprising. The characters are so strong. Henry Cavill is a great addition.
All the stunts, big and small, are amazing, including the best fistfight of the series. We don’t see stunt-work like this much anymore. A breath of fresh air amidst the CGI-fueled…
Green Book soars as an entertaining and compelling film thanks to two brilliant performances. Ali and Mortensen are two of the best of the year. It may be full of all the tropes of racial dramas, but it’s told with plenty of humor and heart. Effortlessly crowd-pleasing.
It’s inspirational and easy-going, but truly effective. I loved Green Book.