The Voices will test your watching ability, and certainly your rating criteria. The question to ask is perhaps how well a film manages to become exactly what it was setting out to be. If that's where you're coming from, I find it hard to argue that it isn't perfect.
Divergent was better than we expected, even if it wasn’t what we thought we were getting from the trailer, but The Grand Budapest Hotel blew us away. We actually go on quite a bit more about Divergent, probably because we felt so bad that technical difficulties ruined our show the week before, but I have to say that the film deserved it. There’s something going on with that one, and yo...
The Monuments Men didn't quite hit us the way we expected, but it's still a worthy night's entertainment for anyone who was at all interested in the first place.
It's slightly better than the rating it deserves, but this one meanders, and doesn't pay enough attention to its characters. It's too in love with its own story, and suffers from the delusion that because it wants your outrage, it deserves to be called good.
There was a lot to love and franchise fans shouldn't be disappointed, but there was a lot to dislike as well, largely the easy changes that would have made it on par with the first.
A group that didn't wow us, but that we recommend anyway. A lot of fun available in theaters, but they just missed the mark.
We had so much fun with Django that we couldn't even get to the other movie. Definitely a film you have to see.