The Greatest Showman is catchy, filled with great music and great tunes, and a fine story with fine acting
Coco is a nice tribute to Mexican culture and one of the finest Pixar movies ever made
Blade Runner 2049 feels faithful to the original and also marks itself as one of the best sequels of all time
Thor Ragnarok is funny and nails the aspect of the Thor character to his best film yet
The Cabinet of Dr Caligari is the very first horror film and the example of German expressionism that no film after could copy
300. Rise of an Empire fails to live up to the great 300, but still delivers some spectacular action sequences
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies are exactly what it sounds like. A retelling of Jane Austens timeless classic, with a zombie twist
Son of Saul is a powerful hungarian war drama about trying to survive in the horrors of the Holocaust
Mikio Naruses “The Stranger Within a Woman” is a kind of exciting thriller you have never seen before.
The Great Wall is sadly a very forgettable blockbuster from a very good chinese director.