A rocky plot and corny "cool" dialogue improved by excellent casting and a core rock of a leading man.
A predictable plot, a fun cast, and some solid choreography create a perfectly middle of the road film.
One of the MCU's best characters stars in one of the MCU's best TV shows. A mind-melding adventure filled with twists, laughs, and mysteries.
Well crafted, with a solid finale, but somehow lacking in the character depth needed to truly capture your attention.
Utterly riveting, weaving a mystery that manages to consistently deliver without feeling trite or cliche, and backed up by excellent craftsmanship from the whole team.
Whilst Kamala decidedly steals the show – and some of the plot points are not overly explained – this is still a solid team up and a whole lot of fun.
Another solid attempt at a "realistic"/gritty world of superheroes, this time with a strong anti-capitalist and anti-fascist narrative. Despite the shock factor, not as dark as it's made out to be.
A clever idea and a fun cast make for a very entertaining mystery, even if you aren't hooked on true crime podcasts.
A clichéd beginning that manages to craft an entertaining – if not entirely original – plot, with some fun characters and interesting implications for the wider narrative.
A decent end to the trilogy that still feels rushed, despite the split run time.
Fun enough, but you can tell this is a stretched out story.