Black Panther, like many great works of fiction, succeeds in offering a platform to openly explore & discuss matters too sensitive, too difficult for the real world. Though it’s action scenes are average at best (it’s a superhero film so it has to be mentioned), the underlying messages implied more than outweighs it. All credit … More (Very very) short Black Panther review
To watch Murder on the Orient Express is very much like reading a book; therein lies its beauty and ‘lack of hype’. The mass audience this day and age lack the appreciation for a story which spectacle isn’t in its audio and visual, but in its character development that is moved along by unseen revelations … More Some Thoughts on The Murder on the Orient Express (2017)
Dunkirk, by Christopher Nolan, isn’t like anything filmed in recent memory, and that is its greatest achievement and downfall. To appreciate Dunkirk is to understand the how and why of its making along with the actual events that took place during the monumental event. Without this, it wouldn’t be a farfetched thing for you not … More DUNKIRK – A Somewhat Short Review
When my dad said Spidey: Homecoming was too young for him, I thought it’s because he’s old. Lol. But after watching it, yea… this Spidey is for the younger gens. While it capture the teen Spidey feel excellently, it kinda forgot what made Spidey such a beloved Marvel character. A li’l too much fun & … More Spidey: Homecoming Quick Review (Really)
Heart. Lots of it. Not since the Captain America standalones (and the very first Iron-Man which started it all) has a Superhero movie ooze with so much heart. You can see it in the eyes of its titular character, Diana a.k.a. Wonder Woman. You can feel it in the gorgeous world of Themyscira. And you … More Wonder Woman (Quick) Review: Putting the Heart Back into DC
Aliens Covenant is more scifi than horror, but with horror-level-mindless characters. Should’ve been called – David: Aliens.
With little knowledge of what to expect other than for Passengers to be a Sci-Fi love story between Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence whose characters are awaken waaay too early in their 90 years hibernation on board a generation ship bound for a new planet, I looked up Rotten Tomatoes just before I head into the cinema … More Passengers: Rotten Tomatoes A Li’l Too Harsh