‘Wish’ Review: A Dull And Derivative Tribute To Disney’s Legacy

As what is supposed to be a culmination of 100 years of storytelling and animation, Wish struggles with standing on its own as an original feature and attempting to be an amalgamation of the stories that preceded it. Young Asha makes a wish so powerful that it’s answered by a cosmic force, a little ball … Read more

‘Chicken Run: Dawn Of The Nugget’ Review: A Finger Lickin’ Good Sequel

I must begin this stating how I am the biggest fan of Chicken Run you’ll ever meet, but in this review I’ll try not to be based and give a very concrete opinion about Chicken Run: Dawn Of The Nugget, but honestly, this movie is simply one of the best animated movies I got to … Read more

‘Napoleon’ Review: Joaquin Phoenix & Ridley Scott Shine In Historical Triumph

This year has been a win for world-renowned directors & historical movies. There’s Christopher Nolan with Oppenheimer, Martin Scorsese with Killers of the Flower Moon, and even Ridley Scott with Napoleon. Scott’s latest entries have been hit or miss but Napoleon may change your mind. Joaquin Phoenix, who’s been on a roll recently, stars as … Read more

‘The Killer’ Review: Fincher Strikes Again

I’ve been waiting to watch this movie for months, but now I can finally say I witnessed David Fincher’s The Killer and is indeed not only a piece of art, but also a remarkable and agonizing experience. A man solitary and cold, methodical and unencumbered by scruples or regrets, the killer waits in the shadows, … Read more

‘The Hunger Games: The Ballad Of Songbirds & Snakes’ Review: A Gripping Tale of Love, War, And Betrayal

Everyone remembers the Iconic Mockingjay whistle. The Hunger Games jumpstarted as a new franchise in the early-mid 2010s that was part of the YA genre. During the midst of Superhero Movies, Twilight, and Harry Potter, the name Katniss Everdeen and the Hunger Games made it’s mark on the world. Based on the 4 books by … Read more

‘The Marvels’ Review: A Decent Entry To The MCU

Many people share your concern or indifference about the MCU’s current situation. The MCU has faced a lot of negative press due to the writers & actors strike, the poor treatment and compensation of the VFX Artists, and the declining quality of their recent projects. It is fair to say that the MCU has had … Read more

‘Poor Things’ Review: A Magnificent Triumph

Poor Things is a romance and science fiction film directed by Yorgos Lanthimos and produced by Emma Stone, who also acts in the film. Based on the book of the same name by Alasdair Grey and referencing the classic Frankenstein, the story is set in the Victorian era and follows Bella Baxter, played by Emma … Read more