We’ve heard the horror stories of Solo: A Star Wars Story‘s production, re-shoots and director changes, but fans were finally given their first look at the film during Sunday night’s Super Bowl. While it was a short TV spot, Bradford Young‘s cinematography stood out and I became intrigued in what I think is an unnecessary …
There are a couple of blockbuster hits from my #10 to #1, and there are some smaller films that really challenged me as a critic.
These next films are good enough for many people’s top 10, however I found them to be held back by one too many factors.
These next slew of films aren’t horrible, but they never quite made the most lasting impression on my young soul.
I watched ’em, I wrote about most of ’em, and here I have ranked ’em. Lets begin with the bottom of the barrel up to my 30th ranked film.
In an era full of superhero and blockbuster films, The Shape of Water provides a refreshing take on filmmaking that I fell in love with.
This is the most complete Star Wars film to-date, and it’s what puts Episode VIII over the top of the others.