The hand-drawn imagery is certainly gorgeous though.
Some big detractions hold back what is an otherwise very well made (very) dark comedy.
Take a breath, dive in, and enjoy some very fine cinema.
Modest and unassuming, a simple film told in a compelling way with good performances and smart writing.
Fun casting and the odd entertaining moment aside, this is a missed opportunity by all accounts.
Pixar's latest blends fun and heart into a film that all can enjoy.
Willem Dafoe delivers one of his best performances in this subtle, nuanced and emotional slice of life.
The internet's not happy, but don't let that put you off. 'Bright' works, and it works well...
The latest from director Luca Guadagnino ('I Am Love,' 'A Bigger Splash') is "a pure cinematic triumph."
Doesn’t quite make a convincing enough argument for its existence, but it still offers families a diverting enough time.
While there's a decent cast and technical competence on display, the film is never entirely convincing or captivating.
One for those after something more Cormac McCarthy than George Miller.
Chill, it's still a decent 'Star Wars' pic with plenty of good aspects.