Summaries that make people react with a “What the actual hell?” should fulfill the expectations of absurdity.
Onward registers more as a Movie! than a *~*PiXaR*~* movie.
Confession: I’ve never seen Groundhog Day.
Autoplay has come in handy when there is nothing else to do: Community, Westworld, Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, McMillions, Tiger King, When They See Us, Waco, The Last Dance, and What We Do in the Shadows!
These are the ones that didn’t hold all my attention or asked a lot of “Why?” questions while it was on: Ma, Togo, The Lovebirds, Romeo Must Die (I know), and the National Treasure series!
Margot Robbie is [insert chef’s kiss here].
I loved it! You will too. If you’re into those things.
Rating: Irrelevant, because people have already made up their minds.
Christopher Plummer is always grumpy in real life but pulls off the doting father aspect so well here.
I got pretty complacent with this year’s quality. And then along came Jojo Rabbit, to slap me in the face and remind me that the majority of movies this year have been crap.