Instant Family

Adopt And Adapt. Anders has methods that are often on trial and questioned at times, but no matter how far away the film is from being perfect, it is undeniably and thoroughly entertaining. The tear jerking acts of the film comes in handy with the concept but what’s surprising is the slick humor of the…

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The Grinch

Recreating The Weekday Lifestyle. Illumination may be far from Pixar, but with adorable appealing characters that we all can resonate with, they soar above all for their gregarious tone. This infamous Dr. Suess’s novel has had many adaptation but none of them actually quite got its cinematic version right. Maybe it doesn’t have enough content…

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Election

Voting Without Any Care. Payne writes like a twelve year old boy does in his personal diary. Without any care of the structure or grammar, he just writes, honestly. He blatantly spits out all the emotions in layman terms, so free and so simple in his command over the film, that he moves everyone with…

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Smallfoot

Wrong Key With A Right Note. Warner Brother looks like half Illumination and half Disney, and clearly far away from being Pixar. This knack of creating a whole new world and jumping on another perspective to draw in the laughs and humanize the characters- it may sound like a long procedure- is clearly outdated. And…

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Spy

Armed For No Reason. Feig’s take on the James Bond-s of the genre is impeccably impressive with faulty gadgets, dull mobile, questionable action sequences and slow chase scenes. Who’d have thought that compilation of these disasters is what’s going to elevate the film into a hilarious zone. His film shines only when he fumbles- deliberately…

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