Movie reviews of Jacob Richardson

These are all the movies and series that Jacob has reviewed. Read more at: Film Focus.

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Long Shot

8

A funny, heartfelt rom-com between too mismatched stars that manages, for the most part, to avoid many of the pitfalls of this genre.

18 april

18 apr

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Hellboy

2

A hell of a mess.

15 april

15 apr

Poster for Missing Link

Missing Link

6

A harmlessly frothy, upbeat piece of animated entertainment.

15 april

15 apr

Poster for Shazam!

Shazam!

8

Shazam isn’t perfect, but it is a bundle of fun, tied up in a bright, shiny package.

7 april

7 apr

Poster for Dumbo

Dumbo

4

Dumbo is a very pretty and, for non-discerning viewers like children, enjoyable film. But it is a film that takes no risks, and dulls every plot thread, emotional beat and memory of the original in its pursuit of normality, and for many that will be a disappointment.

28 march

28 mar

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Us

8

Us may not be as cohesive as Get Out, but it is still an incredibly well made, terrifyingly scary and deeply meaningful piece of cinema that cements Peele as an auteur.

26 march

26 mar

Poster for Everybody Knows

Everybody Knows

8

An ultimately satisfying thriller, that although often slow feels tense, dramatic and exciting.

8 march

8 mar

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Captain Marvel

6

Despite a strong hero turn from Brie Larson, this groundbreaking Marvel film feels predictable and rote.

6 march

6 mar

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A Dog's Way Home

2

A painfully dull, derivative exercise that works hard to erode any joy canines bring you.

4 march

4 mar

Poster for Fighting with My Family

Fighting with My Family

6

Better than expected, but largely predictable, this true wrestling underdog story will still entertain.

4 march

4 mar

Poster for If Beale Street Could Talk

If Beale Street Could Talk

10

A stunningly rendered vision that excoriates the US justice system while never losing its roots as a compelling romance.

18 february

18 feb

Poster for The Front Runner

The Front Runner

6

At times interminably slow, The Front Runner coasts on the power of its lead and the inherent draw of its story.

25 january

25 jan

Poster for Ben Is Back

Ben Is Back

8

A riveting, engaging and heartbreaking tale that explores the relationship between mother and son.

25 january

25 jan

Poster for The Mule

The Mule

6

Somewhat slow, but tinged with bouts of tension, laughter, pity and reflection, The Mule is a moving and affecting character study that doesn’t plague itself with contrivances like tension.

25 january

25 jan

Poster for Green Book

Green Book

10

A surprisingly funny, heartfelt and emotional journey.

18 january

18 jan

Poster for The Kid Who Would Be King

The Kid Who Would Be King

8

All sorts of fun, and despite a few flaws is an exciting adaptation from one of our favourite directors.

18 january

18 jan

Poster for Glass

Glass

6

Not quite as enthralling as Unbreakable, nor as surprising as Split, Glass is nevertheless a satisfying conclusion to this retrofit trilogy.

18 january

18 jan

Poster for Mary Poppins Returns

Mary Poppins Returns

10

A worthy resurrection of an iconic character, Mary Poppins Returns is fun, charming and heartfelt.

7 january

7 jan

Poster for Bumblebee

Bumblebee

8

A fun and heartfelt new take on the Transformers franchise, without as many explosions.

18 december

18 dec

Poster for Robin Hood

Robin Hood

2

A dismal mess that never hits it’s target.

12 december

12 dec

Poster for Mortal Engines

Mortal Engines

6

A weak story and occasionally horrid acting doesn’t do justice to the incredible world-building of this film.

12 december

12 dec

Poster for Colette

Colette

8

Surprisingly fun and affecting, Colette very much relies on a striking performance from Keira Knightley while making a statement on power, ownership and attribution.

12 december

12 dec

Poster for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

10

Eschews the just for kids stigma with a radical new animation style, and a well thought out, intensely comedic and ultimately uplifting story that will leave kids and adults alike cheering.

12 december

12 dec

Poster for Second Act

Second Act

6

Rambunctious and fun, if unambitious and predictable, Second Act is a pleasant surprise.

12 december

12 dec

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