mostly rate movies based on personal enjoyment
Didn't exactly live up to the hype but the last two episodes did and that's good enough for me. I expected more and the genericness and budget restraints just held it back from being truly great.
The last two episodes definitely helped stick the landing and it was still a treat to see Ewan back as Obi-Wan.
Maybe not a "homerun" for Pixar, but certainly a solid double. Lightyear is a fast-paced sci-fi/adventure film with stunning animation, great voice acting and a nice amalgamation of plenty of other sci-fi films throughout the years.
Sox was by far the standout in this and I refuse to believe Andy didn't have a toy version.
While Lightyear might not be top tier Pixar, it fits in nicely in that middle tier and I'm looking forward to watching the Toy Story films with fresh eyes after seeing this.
After several delays, a new director and even a different Batman himself The Batman finally arrived.
Wow, this is just phenomenal. I'm still buzzing.
Thank you Matt Reeves for giving us your vision and take on this iconic character and his world.
I can't imagine how they'll top this with a sequel but I'll be there opening night to see how they try.
Wow, this is a tough one to rate. Following The Last Jedi and hearing sort of mixed reactions about The Rise of Skywalker, I wasn't entirely expecting much. I am happy to say that I did enjoy it though...for the most part. There's certainly a lot of things that don't necessarily make sense and the climax/third act were a little much for me.
I will look at this trilogy with some really fond memories and I thoroughly enjoyed Rey's journey.