Your Name takes you on an emotional roller-coaster. It pulls you in, gives you an unforgettable experience and leaves you with more than plenty to think about and feel. It is an emotionally draining experience but in the best way possible.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is not the finale you’re looking for. Its superfluous fan pandering along with unjustified retconning of story beats from previous films is moot. However, despite the many problems it has, it does make for an enjoyable ride in the galaxy far, far away.
New Zealand based Indie comedian (and now also Marvel) sweetheart Taika Waititi, has just released his newest film, Jojo Rabbit, which tells the story of a young Nazi boy, whose best friend is an ethically incorrect Adolf Hitler, played by Taika himself.
David Fincher’s The Killer is a snappy and sleek revenge thriller that doesn’t boast much emotional depth on the surface, but on a technical level is a viewing experience that’s as satisfying as they come featuring a great performance from Michael Fassbender.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is a sincere, if overly familiar, take on Peter Parker & Miles Morales’ collaboration as Spider-Men - a worthy follow-up combining Insomniac Games’ mastery of in-game traversal and storytelling to deliver a superhero spectacle of the highest order.