Variety: With its staggering visuals and genuine heart, Laika chief Travis Knight's fantastical samurai adventure puts the emotion in stop-motion
The Hollywood Reporter: Representing a dazzling artistic leap forward for LAIKA, the stop-motion animation studio’s fourth feature — and first full-blown fantasy — is an eye-popping delight that deftly blends colorful folklore with gorgeous, origami-informed visuals to immersive effect.
Alice returns to the whimsical world of Underland and travels back in time to save the Mad Hatter.
Variety: This lackluster go-round is a mercenary backward step for Disney's live-action excavations of its animated back catalog.
The New York Times: The best and maybe the only way to appreciate Alice Through the Looking Glass is to surrender to its mad digital excess.
Who you gonna call? It’s Girls vs. Ghouls in the much-anticipated film.
The New York TimesThat rarest of big-studio offerings — a movie that is a lot of enjoyable, disposable fun.
The Guardian Paul Feig’s reboot pays tribute to the 80s blockbuster with in-jokes and cameos – but it’s a brand new work, firing off top-quality zingers every 10 seconds.
It is the thirteenth film in the Star Trek film franchise and the third installment in the reboot series.
This is by any measure a dreadful movie, a chintzy, CG-encrusted eyesore that oozes stupidity and self-indulgence from every pore.