While the voice talent is nothing more than competent, the mediocre animation is good enough and the funny characters are likeable enough that it’s not a total loss.
If we were Academy voters, here’s a peek at what our ballots would look like (based on what was nominated).
This isn’t a thrilling, bloody revenge tale but rather a film that’s filled with quiet intensity and hushed fury that’s fueled by heartache and roles we are forced to play in life.
“The Space Between Us” amounts to nothing more than a tween angst soap opera whose gaping plot holes consume itself like a massive black hole.
While this sequel to 2015’s “Fifty Shades of Grey” isn’t as god-awful as the original, it is still difficult to watch and review because of the film’s insistence on attempting to normalize and idealize a toxic, mentally unhealthy relationship.
It’s “Three O’Clock High” but with teachers and a Millennial social media sensibility (#teacherfight).