Competent and not worthy of the level of hate bestowed on it, but ultimately still a little wide of the mark.
Sublimely well balanced, a perfect culmination of all the varying plot threads across the MCU and a cross-over event that rivals the source material itself. Practically perfect!
A decent enough origin story and arguably a more interesting plot than the live-action equivalent, but ultimately a little hollow.
The sitcom of a decade. Has it aged? Yes. Are some parts a little problematic? Sure. But could it be any funnier? I mean probably, but it's still brilliant, funny as anything, and a great nostalgia trip that just about manages to hold up throughout the ridiculously long run.
Good news, everyone! It can be a bit hit and miss, but when it's good it's sheer brilliance, and even when it isn't the show still manages to be consistently inventive and entertaining.
A passable action film, possibly the most coherent of the franchise, but still ultimately disappointing.
Surprisingly boring. Not bad, just not really anything at all; perhaps the definition of soulless?
There's nothing inherently bad about Early Man but it also failed to excite or enthral. If you're a huge Aardman fan or football nut, maybe you'll have a different experience.
A surprisingly complex and fun, fast-paced multiplayer game with great physics and deep mechanics, let down by a terrible matchmaking system
A surprisingly modern parody that feels in more in line with British fare like Monty Python than contemporary American humour, and that's definitely a positive thing.
A completely mindless yet enjoyable romp; if only the tricks were real.
An at times terrifying and macabre tale with nuanced and likeable characterisation and a great, descriptive writing style. At once both a book that aims too low in its intended target audience and wildly overshoots it.