A surprisingly competent superhero movie wrapped around the most ridiculous superhero in DC's canon.
A competent adaptation let down a little by an overly rapid pace and confusing narrative timeline. I'd have loved this season to have been twice as long (or split into two) to give the story, world building and characters more space to breath. As it is, there's a lot of potential but its a bit paper thin in places.
A weird but enjoyable movie with some amazing action sequences and a very alive Gotham; Quinn-tessentially Harley (I couldn't resist).
An excellent kids movie that I defy anyone to watch and not come away with a great big smile on their face. Toothless is an iconic character and the plot, animation, voice acting, music, design, action, and humour are all top notch.
A quirky, British tale that is all the dafter for the fact that (most of it) is true. Maggie Smith is phenomenal and the multiple Alan Bennets is a clever gimmick that works.
A whimsical dive into the wider Moomin universe, though a bit too threadbare and bizarre for anyone but kids to really enjoy.
A wonderfully detailed world and magic system woven around a story that will entertain any age, a classic that definitely doesn't disappoint.
Brilliant, genre skewering television wrapped up in an animated show that pulls some surprisingly intelligent punches. It had a slow start but it has continued to build steam and shows no signs of slowing down.
The end of an era; not with a whimper, but also not with a bang. Instead, we got a "good enough" and a feeling that things could have been a lot better if Disney had actually put a plan in place from day one.
Much better than it might have been, with some excellent dialogue, brilliant performances, and wonderful source material, but not quite perfect. A solid adaptation.
A more competent version of the live action Suicide Squad movie, though ultimately the plot falls apart entirely if you stop and think about how government departments work at all. Still, where's the fun in that?
A triumphant attempt at a classic murder mystery. Intrigue, suspense, excellent cast, and just enough twists on the ol'formula to keep you interested.