A tricksy plot with an unclear aim woven around an utterly incredible central performance.
A fun romp with a great mini Reynolds and a surprisingly decent take on time travel.
A wonderfully absurd excuse for a comedic take on golden age holiday.
A hot mess, but a very enjoyable one.
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.
A dark, depressing and morbid classic with an unexpected amount of heart, nuance, and finesse. Wonderfully crafted and utterly riveting, even whilst it kicks your hopes and dreams to shreds.
Hits all the key story points and sets the stage for a more modern take on the wall crawler.
A surprisingly original take on a superhero team, paired with a weirdly wonderful time-travel-apocalypse plot that keeps you guessing, and some utterly brilliant performances creates the best superhero show since Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
A little twisty at times and surprisingly lacking in action, but brilliantly portrayed and hugely enjoyable.
Definitely gets rolling by the end, with some solid new characters (plus a few duds), but is lacking some of the heart of Big Mouth.
Visually beautiful and with some fun ideas, but whilst I struggle to find specific faults, it just never quite clicked.
A surprisingly rich and interestingly nuanced tale of revenge and justice, with plenty of excellent action and some flair animation.