Directing Disney’s content machinery towards horror-flavored excess, Sam Raimi proves that Marvel is willing to hand over its creative reins only so far.
While not free from Marvel burdens like muddy CGI or setups for other films, No Way Home is everything I wanted it to be and does justice to the Spider-Man films that came before it.
A wonder of beauty and sentiment, also an emotional thriller that at times borders on psychological horror.
The Mauritanian feels like an anomaly, a movie straight out of 2003 -in content and in form- that through some mysterious phenomenon materialized instead in 2021
What elevates 1917, to me, is that in the middle of all the action, it is a touchingly human film.