A brilliantly paced, excellently acted, and seriously funny film. In other words: excellent.
An attempt was made. It's beautiful and the actors are great, but it feels a little aimless in its wanderings.
The perfect blend of quirkiness, nostalgia, music, and charm. It doesn't push any boundaries but what it does do, it does incredibly well. A guaranteed mood lifter!
Lovable as ever, with plenty of laughs and heart, but I can't quite stop questioning what it actually brings to the franchise.
Good animation but stifled of time to tell its story whilst making some rough decisions around plot points means this is a low point in the DC:AU.
Devilishly good fun with a great lead, some surprisingly deep analysis of the Biblical character of Satan, great characters, and a format that triumphs despite its absurdity. Well worth a watch.
A ridiculous comedy with some surprising nuance that actually manage to be a half-decent satire of the excessive buddy cop movies of the past. Exceed expectations.
A comic deep-dive (pun intended) into modern questions about masculinity and what it means to be a white, middle-aged man. Sounds tedious, is actually rather refreshing, endearing, and grin-worthy.
A largely pointless entry to a franchise that appears to have run out of ideas. Its sole purpose is to set up a sequel that sounds awful.
Dull, bland, boring, and somehow actively worse than the trailer. Just skip it.
A highly enjoyable series of short films, each with a sci-fi edge and a unique style, which makes the series ever-inventive and interesting to watch.