5.0
The Staff

It’s not that being similar to another, successful, animated franchise is a bad thing, but The Tiger’s Apprentice hurries to practically every plot point without properly establishing its setting, its characters, or their relationships. It all means well, and once you get used to its lower production values, it becomes clear that the film has a distinct visual personality that it makes pretty good use of—especially during its kinetic fight scenes. But too much of the movie ultimately feels like a blueprint that hasn’t had the details filled in yet. It becomes difficult to feel anything when the film doesn’t give you a chance to sit with any one moment (like, you know, the death of an important character) for too long.

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The Tiger’s Apprentice (2024)
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