Cinderella absolutely wins in romantic ballroom scenes, which deserves to be in the conversation of Branagh’s best work.
The only reason why Moana gets an A and Brave gets an A- is because you know how I feel about musicals.
Onward registers more as a Movie! than a *~*PiXaR*~* movie.
John’s back! And of course, the issue on the table upon his return: Hamilton.
Hamilton is THE great work of the past decade and perhaps of the century that will transcend far beyond its mere existence on stage.
Either give me a shameless remake or something where the majority of elements are new- don’t half-ass it.
… but it still only gets an A-
In this monthly feature, we discuss the movies we’re looking forward to, the ones we kind of don’t want to see but will watch anyway, and the ones we’ll see sans expectations!
Aladdin felt much more like a new movie with an Easter Egg or quick reference than the “REMEMBER HOW GOOD THIS WAS!?” vibe of Beauty and the Beast.
To really win me over, a film has to not only be technically sound, but I need to be invested. I need to shed tears and I need to want to do it again.