OneYoungWolf has written 14 reviews for films rated ★★★ during 2020.

  • The Great Mouse Detective

    The Great Mouse Detective

    ★★★

    A cute, funny and entertaining parody of Sherlock Holmes

  • The Big Lebowski

    The Big Lebowski

    ★★★

    John Goodman is extremely good at this film, all his lines would make a rock laugh, he certainly leads this film. Overall it is a solid film, the truth is that I am not very much a fan of comedies but this can become very enjoyable in certain scenes, however I feel that it falls a little short. I would see this movie again just to see John Goodman again and his dialogues that make the most serious viewer laugh and have a nice time

  • The Banana Splits Movie

    The Banana Splits Movie

    ★★★

    A pleasant surprise, the truth is much better than I expected. Obviously it's no masterpiece or has a challenging script, but as a low-budget film it surprises with a quick, entertaining plot and pretty decent special effects thinking about the money they had. Recommended if you want to relax and laugh for a while

  • Cats

    Cats

    ★★★

    I honestly feel like this movie has received a lot more hate than it deserves. True, the visuals are bad, especially the height scale of cats, where they seem to have a widening problem, as they are all extremely small and look very ugly on screen.
    However, it is far from the worst film of the decade as many say, in fact, it is far from the worst of 2019. It's an entertaining musical and up to a point, quite enjoyable, especially if you're a fan of musicals. It has great songs, especially that of Mr. Mistoffelees, which steals the show.

  • Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    ★★★

    The best thing about this movie was its burger combos at Carl's Jr

  • Lights Out

    Lights Out

    ★★★

    A decent horror movie, which is quite enjoyable and entertaining. I think it has a good setting, nice characters and an interesting script that keeps you interested throughout the film. It fulfills its purpose, features two or three scenes that can frighten a sensitive viewer and does not bore.

  • Sleepy Hollow

    Sleepy Hollow

    ★★★

    A reimagination of the mythical story of the Headless Horseman, where, personally, the story falls far inferior to the original Washington Irving work. I understand that it is not a direct adaptation of the story, but it is that the characters are totally different in this film and most of them (especially Ichabod) act in ways that the original character would never do. Despite this, Burton manages to create a creepy and creepy atmosphere, where the aesthetics are almost perfect. It's…

  • Annabelle

    Annabelle

    ★★★

    Taking advantage of the disappearance of the original doll, I decided to do a marathon of its trilogy. Before I begin, I must say that I have a certain weakness for this universe and even though some films belonging to it are not of such a high quality, I manage to enjoy them. Annabelle is a film that I consider, that despite not really scaring, entertains the viewer by its plot. The characters are charismatic and pleasant, the story is…

  • Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    ★★★

    Godzilla looks incredibly good, the special effects in this film are fantastic and very well worked. The titans have an amazing design, are intimidating and treated with respect. The fights are brutal and keep you on the edge of the seat. Sadly, that's all that works in the movie.
     The performances are regular and honestly, the script is really silly. But well, being a monster movie we don’t care about the human aspects, where the film fails, but we care about the aspects of the monsters, where this movie hits.

  • Chicuarotes

    Chicuarotes

    ★★★

    Chicuarotes is a Mexican film that reflects the level of poverty in Mexico and the consequences it has on the younger ones. Being raw, brutal and realistic the film immerses the viewer in an environment full of tension and hostility, so I feel that does a good job fulfilling the film its purpose. With a very interesting direction, a script that fulfills even if it falls a little at the end, Chicuarotes is a step forward in Mexican cinema.

  • Shazam!

    Shazam!

    ★★★

    Shazam is an entertaining film, but nothing more. It's one of those movies you watch when you don't have anything else to do, as it guarantees you a good time. But like a DC movie, it falls short. It is advisable to see it on a Sunday afternoon, where everything you are looking for is a bit of fun.

  • Scoob!

    Scoob!

    ★★★

    Scoob could have been a very good film if it had followed the same narrative it had in the first few minutes. After these, the film starts to fall and in the middle of this you wonder if you're actually watching a Scooby Doo movie. Much inferior to the old movies of this dear dog, Scoob does not deserve to carry that title.