A beautifully acted, powerful insight into an incredible friendship, placed within a practically perfect film. Top marks.
A competent examination of British uni life in the 2010s that gets too caught up in its own drama and ultimately fails the characters it creates. JP and Howard are great though.
A fun American twist on a great tale that spends a little too much effort trying to make it a standard kids film and skips the source material as a result. Gotta love the soul Muses though.
A weird yet heartwarming tale that simultaneously feels like a very by-the-numbers Disney film and a whacky oddball that has no right to exist, yet I'm glad it does.
A novel enough retelling to feel worthwhile with some great new creature designs, but not a huge improvement on the original in terms of story.
Beautifully animated and surprisingly enjoyable, but the story and characters are now quite 2D in comparison with modern kids films and the morales are looking a little old hat.
A fun take on some classic characters, with decent ideas and solid casting marred slightly by a lot of plotholes and some weird story decisions. Hawk and Dove are dope, though, and that's pretty impressive.
Amazing archery and some fun ideas buried under a lacklustre plot and an overly designed, fairly derivative aesthetic that never quite pulls itself together.
A heartwarming look at a British-Pakistani family in the era of Thatcher and rising fascist sympathies, through the lens of Bruce Springsteen. Quirky, yet very enjoyable.
Lives up to the original to deliver a brilliant yet more mature look into the relationships between dragons and Vikings. An exceptional kids film and a lot of fun for adults as well.
The heavenly, hellish, and utterly neutrally amazing comedy.
A surprisingly competent superhero movie wrapped around the most ridiculous superhero in DC's canon.