Review: 'The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes' Sizzles at the Start, Fizzles by the Finale
"The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes" is two-thirds of a crowd-pleasing grand adventure that gets bogged down by the obligations of being a prequel.
Writer-director Emma Seligman has delivered a movie that stretches its own genre and tells a story that is decidedly unique, while also feeling cozily familiar.
With "The Fabelmans," Spielberg makes his coming-of-age picture, an achingly personal trip through his life that proves the man hasn't lost a beat.
A biopic of Al Yankovic's life was never going to be a serious affair. This was always going to be a parody of a decidedly tired medium that is begging to be mocked. if only it were a good parody.
More than just a sequel to "Knives Out," this followup shows us a director confidently making the movies that he wants to in a manner that only he can. See it for sure.
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