It's a little sloppy and out there, sometimes displeasing, but what's wrong with being different when there's something so satisfying about your cooky story.
Emily Blunt may well be the best actress for movie musicals that we have, and that's one reason she's perfectly suited for Mary Poppins.
"Ralph Breaks the Internet" has more feeling, more fun and more laughs.
At its toughest, there's the more frustrating other side of Freddie Mercury.
By being in their dreams and seeing them turn into nightmares, we get to know a little more about the psychology of what motivates and scares the core four.
A new spin on the original timeline feels good, feels right, and feels like it belongs to right now.
Finally, I know what it feels like to read the book before seeing the movie.