Gold is an Oscar bait movie that turns a fascinating true to life story of perhaps the biggest mining scam in the world into a cliched rags to rich tale of a one note cartoon.
Fast and Furious 8 is pure escapist lunacy that guarantees a big dumb but fun action movie, but this brain-dead installment betrays its own franchise.
Going Style is an endearing geriatric heist movie as long as you don’t expect anything past a typical wish fulfillment feel good story about three old gents sticking it to the man.
Ghost in The Shell offers detailed visual effects and worldbuilding, but this live action adaptation is a watered down Hollywoodized version with cliched storytelling, lifeless characters, and run-of-the-mill action.
Beauty and The Beast balances a faithful adaptation with CGI-assisted live action retelling, delivering a decent enough reboot that’s enjoyable for new young viewers and nostalgic fans despite its casting mistakes.
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