'Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?' is a familiar, but entertaining story with nuanced and multi-layered performances that save the film from its stalest patches. Bette Davis takes every scene and runs with it in her phenomenal performance. However, Joan Crawford is not to be underestimated here, especially impressive in the scenes she is required to act physically. The most interesting element of the film is without a doubt the most interesting part of it and when the story takes a break from the main plot, it starts to radically slow down.
'Zootopia' is an excellent addition to the new Disney animated film canon that is trying to modernise the company and mean something to the modern audience. With great characters, an intriguing film noir type plot and a great assortment of humourous scenes, 'Zootopia' is a tonne of fun for all types of audiences, and I applaud the filmmakers for having the guts to make a movie that is inclusive of all types of people, that is fearless filmmaking and something…
This is a very strange movie to review.
In fact, to review this movie like I would a normal movie is completely unfair because this movie is very obviously dated and if it had been released today just like it is it would be panned. So I refuse to give this film a rating out of five just because I don't think it needs one.
But there's something so charming about Georges Méliès 'A Trip to the Moon', it's great…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
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Yeah, I'd be lying if I said 'Terminator Genisys' was a good movie and had a legitimate reason to exist. Unfortunately, this film is a prime example of Hollywood trying to squeeze all the potential existing money out of a once great franchise by making a film that is very much sequel bait without much substance.
Alan Taylor tries very little to make a good Terminator movie here, watching the movie the audience can tell he wanted…