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.
Interesting Western with good characters, a competent plot and some very off formatting choices and narrative gimmicks. Distinctly meh.
A solid entry to the Baker Street archives and a very enjoyable mystery.
A wonderfully nuanced yet riveting story, as much for the historical events it contains as the characters it invents. A fantastic dissection of English imperialism and the well-intentioned ignorance under which it wrought so much horror.
A beautifully different entry into the Star Wars franchise which will hopefully see the sequels grow into something unique and much more interesting than might otherwise have been.
A film all kids need to watch and which most adults would benefit from as well. Beautiful story crafting and brilliant characters. An instant classic.
The MCU's grimdark, broody antihero gets a definitive take thanks to Netflix and the excellent Joe Bernthal. Season one comes highly recommended.
An interesting-enough overview of all the things that being "American" can mean, though ultimately the format (and time) was clearly too restrictive and the writing lacks the level of intellectual introspection that makes Fry so much fun. Decent, but hardly essential, and very cursory in places.
Terrible, character blind and very poorly conceived. Actively undoes the message (and characters) of the first film.
Still a brilliant story with a moral underpinning that remains incredibly relevant. A children's classic that is well enough made to be enjoyable for anyone.