Brilliantly acted historical epic marred by being a little too long and a little unsure on when it wants to be set.
A cult classic that remains surprisingly fresh and enjoyable, with an excellent cast and a brilliantly stylised level of absurdity that demands to be watched.
A competent fleshing out of the wider Star Wars narrative in a way that gives a lot of much-loved characters room to breath. Nicely builds on the themes of the prequels whilst setting in play the themes of the original trilogy at the same time.
The black sheep in the MCU family but still a fun enough ride, despite some irritating human characters and flat humour.
An enjoyable introduction to the Asgardian arm of the MCU, with some great world-building and fun dialogue. Not the best plot but an entertaining ride throughout.
An extremely fun, vibrant and action-packed ride that lacks emotional depth. Easily the best Thor film but not quite worthy of inclusion in the MCU's greatest hits.
A lacklustre adventure that serves as a useful set up for the TV series but little more.
A beautifully directed, brilliantly acted Western set in space and one of the best entries to the Star Wars canon since the original trilogy.
Perfection. A brilliant soundtrack, hilarious cast, and wonderful direction combine to make a superhero tour de force! Still makes me laugh hysterically, tear up occasionally, and love every damn minute – and I don't see that ever changing!
A fun, light-hearted kids movie with more than a dash of Muppet magic, though fraying a little around the edges.
An excellent overview of one of evolution's most successful lineages, albeit one that has totally disappeared. There's enough detail here to be considered a genuinely useful reference source, whilst remaining accessible and interesting enough for newcomers to the subject.
A much better finalé to the franchise and general return to form, with some excellent humour and a genuinely interesting plot and villain.