Despite some qualms, a strong ending and an overall intriguing tale makes this series enjoyable and reasonably unique.
The latest from director Luca Guadagnino (‘I Am Love,’ ‘A Bigger Splash’) is “a pure cinematic triumph.”
Doesn’t quite make a convincing enough argument for its existence, but it still offers families a diverting enough time.
While there’s a decent cast and technical competence on display, the film is never entirely convincing or captivating.
One for those after something more Cormac McCarthy than George Miller.
Chill, it’s still a decent ‘Star Wars’ pic with plenty of good aspects.
Reign and Supergirl go head to head in what is probably the best fight in the entire series.
Repetitive elements and a disappointingly ambiguous ending aside, this low-budget pic is still gritty and rather entertaining.
A refreshingly honest and humorous portrayal of a man on a mission to create something beautiful.
Sombre in some moments and bursting with joy in others, this animated Japanese wartime film is a wonderful piece of storytelling.