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.
Once the film proves it’ll never break away from its lull, I often glanced at my watch hoping the film would just end. Oldman’s ability to dive into Churchill’s character, which is him vying for an Oscar, isn’t enough to make up for the massive flaws elsewhere.
Director Guillermo del Toro’s Shape of Water is raking in a large chunk of the noms with 14, including Best Picture and Best Director.
UGH. That sums up how I feel about The Emoji Movie finishing ahead of the most solid action film of the summer, Atomic Blonde. I guess millennials and our youth swoon over poop emojis, after all.
The talk of Wonder Woman’s record-breaking box office run has been documented all summer long, but the top two films this past weekend really raised some eyebrows.
Here’s my list of what I’ve seen from the 46-year-old director, and where each film stands against one another ahead of Dunkirk’s release.
Summer is flying past moviegoers, and we’re kinda in the homestretch, aren’t we? What in the world is left after Spider-Man: Homecoming? Well, I can think of a couple of films that (I hope) will blow my socks off.