The Wall of Mexico's strong cast full of nuanced and quiet performances make up for its otherwise slow-paced story, even if it has small bits of greatness along the way.
Shrek the Third boasts stellar animation and a wildly entertaining voice cast, but it suffers from a lack of heart and a poor story that fails to deliver on its promise of taking our beloved ogres to more intriguing places.
The Devil All The Time is a diverting and grim story of corruption and lost faith told with remarkable skill from director Antonio Campos.
Shrek 2 is an excellent example of a sequel improving upon what audiences loved about the original. It's funnier, has even better animation than the first, and is overall a zany adventure for the whole family.