As a supervillain origin story, Joker is more than a watchable film. It's only when it tries to be a satire that the film begins to falter.
We've decided to keep Isn't It Romantic in the pile that does not give us joy. Someone quickly take it away.
Aquaman rejects any idea remotely original or interesting, and thus we get a film so full of cliches, that it could probably fill Mariana Trench.
Creed II is a shamelessly sentimental magnum-opus that overshadows its silly contrivances and 'formula' with disarming integrity.
Does the technique overstate itself in a few scenes? Perhaps. But it's hard to deny that Alfonso Cuaron's Roma is a staggering achievement.
Watch A Star Is Born for the iconic taking-the-stage scene, the film soars at that moment. Everything is worth that scene, even the cringey lows.
In a year, when a majority of the films from the Marvel universe are exploding with cracker-like intensity, Venom is a dampener.
Rima Das' Village Rockstars is a film about infinite hope.