Hillbilly Elegy - A The Hitman's Bodyguard - A Strange But True - C- Room - C- Taken 2 - B+ Taken 3 - B Law Abiding Citizen - B+ Run - B+ Molly's Game - B+ Cold Pursuit - A- Hidden Figures - B+ Stowaway - B+ 6 Underground - A- The Tomorrow War - B+ Greenland - B 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi - B 7500 - B+ Jungle Cruise - A- Don't watch this movie looking for anything super dramatic. This is based in fantasy, adventure. Dwayne Johnson is in his wheelhouse with this role, comedic with just the perfect amount of seriousness and earnestness woven in. Emily Blunt, who can play all across the acting spectrum, slides perfectly into her role and plays well with Johnson and Jack Whitehall. I have seen reviews that the movie relies too heavily on CGI, but it is needed to pull off what makes the story work. The story is already fantasy and the effects are needed to pull that off. They are handled well. There is humour like Shrek, jokes for kids, but also adult ones that go over the kids heads. Go for the laughs and don't expect anything super groundbreaking with the story. The Impossible - B+ A tsunami disaster movie that is a departure from the usual hero's journey kind of disaster movie and feels quieter. After the disaster hits and there is an extended sequence with the mother and son, the movie settles into a groove of the family just trying to survive, but fairly locked in their two locales. Even with the father leaves to go searching, it doesn't feel like he is making this amazing trek. The effects of the tsunami are really well down and sell the moment when mother and son are getting taken down the rapids and in the initial destruction of the resort. I know the story was incredibly true to the story of the family is was based on, but I was left really wanting to know what happened to the German father that was looking for his family or the other mother in the hospital. I understand that this wasn't their story, but it was left without resolution and even if the movie isn't meant to have a happy ending, I would've preferred to have even a card at the end to say what happened if they could be located. Another solid movie.