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A daring-original-narrative from Disney/Pixar that isn't as gripping as other films but still has enough sentiment and charm to keep audiences smiling. Brave's concept is majestic and bold with a story that's both uneven and heartfelt; which is unique to the studios catalog but not among the upper echelon of its other films. 3.6/5
It's a long-overdue finale that, even though doesn't quite fly to heights the previous installments have, still possess a compelling tale and emotional conclusion to a near-decade-worth of dragon-storytelling. The Hidden World is a beautiful send-off of the "How to Train Your Dragon" trilogy; an underrated franchise that can easily compete against its other DreamWorks-animated-projects despite its minimal notoriety. 4.3/5
While its lengthy time-frame and predictability loses grip of the charm and overall sensation, the sequel still supplies the frights and thrills for a thoroughly entertaining follow-up to the Stephen-King-adapted-remake. It: Chapter Two's charismatic cast (both old and young) and dastardly carny are able to conjure a good number of scares, laughs and heart that, even though doesn't float as high as the previous entry two years ago, is still solid enough to experience. 3.95/5
Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg seemingly recreate "Superbad" for tweens with Good Boys and it's pretty entertaining all throughout. There's no surprise the amount of outrageous humor, gags and innuendo instilled in this film but what's equally surprising is the amount of sentiment and heart the film produces all thanks to swell performances from its trio of adolescent stars. 4/5
It's still a blur to how this duo is morally justifiable, but Hobbs and Shaw adds more wildly, outlandish action and thrills to the Fast and Furious franchise. The playful banter with Johnson and Statham as well as a few surprises works well to an extent that's worth investing two-hours-and-change to suspend all disbelief. 3.45/5