The casting of actual Native American actors can’t hide the film’s hypocritical racism and clichéd storytelling.
X-mas Day Quadruple-Feature: ‘The Last Jedi’; ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’; ‘The Shape of Water’; ‘The Disaster Artist’
Jedis, jungles, fish-man junk, & James Franco.
All but the last made for a great day at the multiplex.
The MCU takes over for the wallcrawler’s big-screen adventures, resulting in the first Spidey film one would actually want to watch again.
Though hindered by the conventions of its genre, this based-on-a-true-story rom-com has more than enough to make it worth the watch.
A fascinating true story is given the worst made-for-tv treatment in biopic.
Though it has its flaws, a great deal of imagination makes this the best “real” superhero film since M. Night Shyamalan’s UNBREAKABLE.
Cheesy “acting” and ham-fisted technophobia make one want to delete this film as soon as possible.
This infamous dark period of history is given an unfortunately mediocre film interpretation.
Two beloved film properties prove to be past their prime in this ho-hum day at the multiplex.
One is an animated masterpiece, the other an American bastardization.
Guess which one is which?