Nothing is racist about "Song of the South". It's another myth that hypocrite people of political correctness what you to believe. Moreover, it shows the friendship between a white and a black boy (at the times the film was made such an idea was quite a radical). But leave alone the political context, "Song of the South" is a nice children classical Disney film with excellent music and songs. The combination of live-action and animation is also great. If the acting (especially Bobby Driscoll's - Johny) and character development were a bit better, it would have been 5/5.
"Babyteeth" is some kind of badass version of "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" but from the dying girl's point of view. It's refreshing, powerful, funny (in some parts) and heart-breaking.
The film's power lays in 2 main factors: the screenplay and the cast. Rita Kalnejais has done an extremely well job developing the characters and situations, which both are original and feel so real, while it keeps surprising with almost each and every scene. The chemistry between all…
"The Fire Saga" turns Eurovision into a ridiculous joke or some kind of a freak contest with mediocre pop songs in English... While it's the truth that some entries reflect it, most of the other contents bring music and diversity uniting the whole Europe (and beyond it) for one evening...
Oh, and Will Ferrell is a lame actor, but who cares.