It may not be perfect, but I challenge you to find a more singularly unique film to watch this year.
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Super Mario Odyssey makes a solid case for itself as the very best 3D Mario game
You already know whether or not you’re going to like Thor: Ragnarok, because you’ve already seen it.
Suburbicon fails at everything it sets out to do, and takes the throne as one of the most unenjoyable films of the year.
The experience of watching Geostorm is an exercise in how much apathy the human mind can endure.
More than anything, 2049 made me yearn to see Prometheus completely remade by Denis Villeneuve, and Alien Covenant entirely erased from history.
Waiting for Guffman proves itself to be an unconventional, frequently uncomfortable, and consistently hysterical experience.
I am genuinely upset that as of now, I have spent exactly as much money on mother! as I did on The Emoji Movie.
It is a horror film that is light on both scares and heart.
The best that can be said about The Emoji Movie is that it is only ninety minutes long. Of course it feels like five hours, but in a world where The Emoji Movie exists, we must count our blessings.