I'm sorry nearly all of my reviews are positive ones I just love movies so much.
"You know what, butter is better."
An absolute delight to see this show get the big screen treatment. As with The Simpsons Movie, it doesn't really do anything to justify the transition to feature length format, but most definitely takes advantage of it. It all feels larger than a regular episode of the show, moreso than it just being longer. There's much more detail in the animation, with shadows and 3D making it look aesthetically different. The story is bigger…
"There's a red thingy moving towards the green thingy. I think we're the green thingy."
The key ingredient that makes Galaxy Quest work so darn well is that it takes everything so seriously. Even though it's a clear parody of Star Trek, it so lovingly crafts an original world that it stands on its own legs. As much as you're laughing at the satire, you're also cheering for the heroes whose story you're wholly invested in. It's a genuinely good…
This may just be the perfect Batman movie, while somehow also managing to be a great Christmas movie and a wonderfully comic gothic noir film. There are parts that by all rights should belong in one of Joel Schumacher's Batman sequels, but Tim Burton has crafted a world in which they are believable without being ridiculous. As usual, the villains are more interesting than the hero, and while Michael Keaton is a loveable Bruce Wayne and a decently badass Batman, it's Danny DeVito and Michelle Pfeiffer who steal the show as Penguin and Catwoman respectively.