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Animals on the Loose: A You vs. Wild Interactive Movie   9/08/21
by DalekbusterScreen5
Whilst the solutions to the escaped animal issue feel somewhat unrealistic and the movie can feel a little repetitive if you make the wrong choices, its likeable lead and fun moments of peril allow it to rise above its less than stellar elements, and provide a solid piece of entertainment if there's...

The Mitchells vs. The Machines   8/27/21
by DalekbusterScreen5
Just like their previous movies, this film offers a unique animated style, whilst continuing to deliver on the heart and humour that their filmmaking approach is so known for.

Enola Holmes   8/22/21
by DalekbusterScreen5
Jack Thorne's screenplay delivers a fun, whimsical and truly unique approach to the world of Sherlock Holmes, although the omission of certain characters from Sherlock lore can't help but feel a little noticeable as the film progresses without so much as a reference to these individuals' whereabouts...

Captain America: Civil War   7/25/21
by DalekbusterScreen5
Unlike Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice's awkward attempt to cram in multiple heroes before laying the groundwork in their own films, Captain America: Civil War came after we'd already had nearly a decade of getting to know these characters, and how they operated.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier   6/29/21
by DalekbusterScreen5
It feels like something straight out of a Paul Greengrass Jason Bourne movie, and it gives this film a really distinct and unique flavour away from the rest of Marvel Studio's filmography.

Captain America: The First Avenger   6/22/21
by DalekbusterScreen5
To be fair the group are later fleshed out considerably in Agent Carter, which has more time than a two hour movie to explore them in greater detail, but here their lines all feel like they could be said by any member of the Howling Commandos, and it doesn't feel as though the film has a grip on wha...

School of Rock   6/03/21
by DalekbusterScreen5
Child casts can make or break a film like this, but the kid actors in this film are brilliant.

Wonder Woman   5/28/21
by DalekbusterScreen5
I don't usually watch the DC films, because they don't tend to be as good as the Marvel Studios offerings, but I have heard from a few people that this film is something really special, and I know that the critics gave it glowering reviews.

Soul   5/17/21
by DalekbusterScreen5
Their films feel so mature and poignant, whilst catering to audiences of all ages, and that is always such a commendable quality for a movie to possess.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle   1/18/18
by DalekbusterScreen5
The film starts off weak with scenes set at the teenagers' school, which largely feel cliche and derivative of other movies featuring teenage characters in an educational environment.


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