I guess it’s also pretty realistic that gamers would be more up in arms about their favorite game than society at large.
This film could have easily gone down as “Oceans 11 but with rednecks” but aims for something more grounded and mature.
All in all, A Wrinkle in Time is a flawed passion project by an ambitious filmmaker.
Bright tries really hard to thread the allegorical needle, but just ends up tripping over itself.
In this political climate, I don’t think it’s enough to just present events without commentary.
Pixar did its homework and I am blown away by what it has achieved.
For me, this film feels like the generic brand of cereal you find at the supermarket. . .
It works as a standalone, but as the third part of a franchise, it feels like a huge letdown.
To be blunt, Tom Holland is the best film version of Spider-Man.
This movie makes the TV movie look like a fun romp for the whole family!