Edgar Wright's Baby Driver is an interesting piece of contemporary film. It markets itself as an ultra cool car chase film, but in reality is more of an entertaining love epic / musical. It's sweet as hell, and stylish as f*ck, but it was missing that trademark Wright humour that we've grown to love.
Wonder Woman is without a doubt, one of the best superhero films of recent years. It's popping with energy, charisma, and superb storytelling. Gal Gadot is unstoppable and a perfect fit for the Amazon princess. It took 75 years of waiting to get this character from comic to screen, but it was worth it.
A refreshing and hilarious take on modern politics through the insane rivalry and rage of two former college friends. A relevant commentary on the state of the world right now.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge is a disappointing entry in the lucrative franchise, hindered by unnecessary cheese and a ridiculous narrative.
Cheesy dialogue and a messy narrative make this a confusing outing. It's a wonky blend of the original Alien and Prometheus. Apples and Oranges.
Guardians 2 is a clever and entertaining sci-fi / action romp with amazing pop culture references and wit, which towards the end, is almost completely ruined by ridiculous plot twists, poor leads, and layer upon layer of cheese. Thank god for Baby Groot.
The film has stunning visuals and expert creature creation but fails when it comes to executing feeling, character, and any kind of a plot. It spent too much time trying to be The Thing, and forgot to be itself.