Beautifully filmed, brilliantly packaged, and utterly depressing – despite all the unique, novel, or never-before-seen behaviour. A great series; a harrowing message.
An enthralling and enjoyable glimpse into a past that feels depressingly modern, for all the wrong reasons, held together by an exceptional cast.
A solid attempt at exposing the privilege of wealth, that feels much more modern than it has any right to do, yet still doesn't fully escape a dated approach to romance and to sex work.
A beautiful, exquisitely crafted film that just happens to also be one of the best superhero movies ever made. Funny, touching, and endlessly innovative with a soundtrack that lives up to the hype.
A fun, grounded, and often charming take on Spider-Man that does a whole lot to also move the MCU forward. Top marks.
A gold standard in dramatised comedy and a wonderfully funny, enthralling show elevated by excellent design, a brilliant cast, and superb writing.
The Spider-Man movie you've always wanted but never imagined you would get. Truly brilliant and a welcome addition to the MCU.
Toe-tapping hilarity in one of the finest teen comedies for years, with a great cast and competent enough central plot.
A decent sequel that builds out the shared mythology of the Trolls whilst doubling-down on the musical core of the first film.
A fun, pop-filled romp through a child's sugar-infused fever dream with a surprising amount of originality to the world and creature designs.
At times horrifying, at times mesmerising. A bit of a mess, but nowhere near as bad as it has been built up to be, with some decent performances and at least a bit of the soul of the stage show left intact.
A wonderfully inventive concept pulled off thanks to some great humour, excellent observationally storytelling, and a fantastic cast. The sequel feels a little more self-indulgent, but the first season is an instant classic.