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Rian Johnson really hit it out of the park with Knives Out, an unconventional murder mystery with a stellar cast, gripping story, and intricate character work. The writing was brilliant, and even though the second act dragged somewhat, this film was a great time at the movies. It's nice to see an original whodunit in theaters with this amount of intelligence and depth!
Despite the ending being a little overlong, this film was an unflinching, hilarious, tension-filled drama that gripped me from start to finish. Absolutely a must-see!
With dazzling animation and some showstopping songs that took my breath away, Frozen II is a beautiful mess of a film. The story is jumbled, some characters are pushed to the side unjustly, and the humor wasn't entirely to my taste. However, I can't deny that I still had a fun time with this. "Into the Unknown" is undeniably powerful, but be warned: your kids or younger siblings will probably try to hit one of the high notes and hilariously fail.
This film might ruffle some feathers, but I absolutely adored it. With a wonderful blend of cheer and sorrow, matched with tender storytelling that warmed my heart, Jojo Rabbit is definitely one of the standout films of 2019.
I'm not even going to pretend I'm being impartial, here. Mike Flanagan is one of my favorite directors, and The Shining is my favorite horror film of all time. Of course I loved Doctor Sleep. With amazing performances from Ewan McGregor and Rebecca Ferguson, a wonderful child performance from Kyliegh Curran, and stellar filmmaking from horror-master Mike Flanagan, this sequel to The Shining is a worthy companion to Stanley Kubrick's classic. I was moved, horrified, and incredibly satisfied. Definitely one of my favorite films of the year.