It’s the best Solo movie of the year.
Nothing new or outstanding, but it’s a nice watch.
You will also come to know the name ‘Jihae’.
Strongly captures Wallace’s desire to change society for the better.
A few large missteps that stop it from being a great film.
We are led squirming to the incredibly satisfying conclusion.
Words like “weird” or “eccentric” can’t do justice to it
You have to see it to believe it.
When the film makes a narrative shift, its distinction is lost.
It lacks the knockout blow of Ryan Coogler’s first.
Little ones will love it. Kids over 8 may be less forgiving.
Plenty of blood-soaked, broken-limbed moments, impactful scares and gross-outs.
They made a film, then their movie just… disappeared.
An incredible portrait of generosity and precarity.
He’s not that noble, he just stumbles into nobleness.
Recounts disturbing events of Barnesy’s life that he feels open enough to share.
The women here are messy, rough and intensely real.
The excellent lead performance and brilliant details win out.
Guide dog training doco packs ample heart, drama, and insight into a concise package.
You’ll struggle to comprehend how her genius wasn’t self-evident
Get ready for a darker emotional punch.