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To Justice League’s credit, the film delivers some incredible moments that meet or exceed the immense personas that surround these mythic comic book figures.
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian is more an excuse to animate and bring to life historical figures, famous paintings, and treasured art than to offer a well-rounded story. It purely moves along at a stagnant pace and never truly offers up stakes that make you invest more than a fleeting amount of your attention. The only redemptive quality in Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian is the playful imagination it possesses in bringing history to life.
If you are seeking a film that is heartfelt, touching, and wholly believable, Sunshine Cleaning is it. The characters are full of range and emotion, and meld together on screen with a simplistic ease. Sunshine Cleaning is a story about family, about overcoming ones past, finding your future and accepting who you are and the choices you have made. More importantly, it will make you feel something while bringing you laughter and possibly a few tears.