The film seamlessly interweaves fun escapades and earnest emotions, but it lacks the visual power of its predecessor.
Tom Harper’s film empathetically probes the growing pains of self-improvement.
The album aims for an enthralling vision of infatuation, but the band’s message rings hollow.
This is a rare adventure game in which the journey is actually more of a reward than the destination.
Even the few inventive stretches of the game are ultimately driven into the ground by a punishing sense of repetition.
Playing Pathologic 2 feels like suffering, and it’s meant to be that way.
The game forsakes worldbuilding as it increasingly gives itself over to making the most digressive of statements.
It fits together disparate genres so perfectly that you wonder how nobody thought to combine them sooner.
It’s not greed in this day and age to expect publishers to respect and preserve their history. At this point, it’s an artistic responsibility.
The series manages to pile on the cataclysms without taking pleasure in the pain of its characters.
Upon the release of Pixar’s Toy Story 4, we’re counting down the animation studio’s 21 films, from worst to best.