“Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” was taken from a quote by the jury when sentencing Ted Bundy but this isn’t a very promising biopic.
“Vice”, with its McKay-style, is an absurd biopic but shows a satire limitation yet non-fiction.
“BlacKkKlansman” is a very, very important film for everyone to watch, which captures the perfection of humor and tragedy.
“Gotti” is stuck in a mafia wanna-be movie circle and a biopic that “ruins” the biography of John Gotti itself.
“The King’s Speech” is a masterfully-crafted powerful yet inspiring movie.
“The Favourite” is a periodical contemporary historical movie about the dynamics of social class, political and also love.
“Bohemian Rhapsody” has a lot of potentials in exploring more details but coming out of the context.
“Green Book” explores in such a way the details and is executed properly.
“Jarhead” is a misconception of the war film itself.
“First Man” became one of the biopics that turned out to be not inferior to other blockbuster films.