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A sequel that may have been long overdue with the times but still charming nonetheless. Mary Poppins Returns is mostly upheld by fantastic performances from Blunt and Miranda and while it's not as fluid as its near-flawless predecessor, it's still a nostalgic & blunt reminder to use your imagination. 3.8/5
While the story displays some inconsistencies and cop-outs that would make other entries futile, both good and bad, Terminator: Dark Fate is still a fairly decent film. From the unique effects and sequences to a return-to-form performance from Linda Hamilton, the movie salvages some of the franchise's glory from its best entries and trims the dead-weight of others off. 3.55/5
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie hinges on the highlighting performance from Aaron Paul and cathartic conclusion to one of the show's beloved characters. While casual film-goers will get lost in the frantic flashbacks and pacing, the film is essentially for the show's die-hard fans. 3.9/5
The cinematography is bold and the performance from Joaquin Phoenix is truly captivating in Joker. While it starts sluggishly, the film's ultimate pay-off in delivering the "Clown Prince of Crime" into full-form makes for an unsettling, yet unique character study of one of DC-Comics' iconic villains: Joker. 4.28/5
It's as dazzling, melodic and deep as its musical subject. Rocketman displays the worldwide-sensation in an intimate light that's both emotional and spectacular with all of its glorious noteworthy-numbers and a truly remarkable performance from Taron Egerton. 4/5