Sometimes when you feel like chicken feed, you need an exciting, creative, once-in-a-lifetime work of art to perk yourself up.
Both a wonderful coda to Moore's previous (The Secret of Kells) and also more of a complete sentence in itself. Not quite as mysteriously magical but equally as beguiling.
There's also plenty to love for fans of Genndy Tartakovsky's work and 'The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker'.
A new action-packed fantasy universe with a little bit o' love, a little bit o' acceptance and just enough excitement -- sure, it's messy, but not in a "this movie's a disaster" kind of way, just in a cult-classic-in-the-making kind of way.
Bright follows a fantastical "first orc cop" premise like Alien Nation, and also involves the typical fantasy danger of a Dark Lord, like Legend -- both movies that were savaged by critics upon release.
Like Alien Nation and…