This reminded me of a college student who goes to his first party, realizes he doesn't have to worry about his parents, goes crazy, then wakes up the morning after swearing he had the best night. Then as he looks back on it, he realizes it was a complete and utter mess. That's Cherry. Cherry is the end result of the Russo Brothers finally free from the constraints of Marvel so they threw everything they had at the wall. Normally…
As someone who never thought this would happen, I now have to eat my words. Not only does it exist, but it is significantly better in every conceivable way. I've really grown to appreciate Snyder's take on these characters. It is too long and not all of it works, but it is epic and pays off a lot what was set up in Batman v Superman. There are genuine thrills and emotion unlike anything we saw in Man of Steel…
Like the title character, Philomena is sweet, charming, sometimes funny, yet sometimes sad. While it's completely aware of the real world, it never wallows in negativity. Even at the saddest moments, Philomena never allows herself to succumb to cynicism.
After a slow and meandering start, the film quickly finds its stride and becomes more interesting and compelling as it goes on. As unlikely as they are, Judi Dench and Steve Coogan make a terrific pair. The Oscar buzz behind Dench…
I've come to the conclusion that Toy Story is my favorite trilogy. It's almost pointless to pick a favorite because they're all so good. Each installment is great on their own, but put it all together and it creates this wonderful three-part story with. And the third ends it all with great respect and emotion. The only other trilogy I can think of that is consistently great is the "Before ..." series, but I grew up with Toy Story so I have to give it the top spot.