I enjoyed Late Night. Really witty screenplay and Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling are very good. Editing was a little clunky.
It's my fault I didn't like this movie more
I haven't lived through any of these experiences, so I'm sure for some people this movie really hit home, but for me it was just "my life sucks" for two hours and nothing really changed throughout the film.
I can't even say I've never lived through the experiences, because I never lived through the experiences of anything in Moonlight, but that's my favorite film of 2016. There was just some disconnect…
I love this movie so much. Comparing it to recent Disney movies of this type, it's better than Frozen and Tangled by a mile. Having not seen Winnie the Pooh (2011) it's the best Disney movie of the decade if Zootopia didn't exist. So that's where it falls on recent Disney movies.
I do think the thing that pushes it over the top of some other recent animated movies are the songs. Which when your songs are written by Lin-Manuel…