Noir: Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

WATCH! A somber and morbid film with eerie and pungent scores that suck you into a universe of despondent existence. Not only does Blade Runner 2049 seamlessly traverse from the original Blade Runner 2012, it also exacerbates the grimness of an ageing world where the city is only illuminated by gliding police aero-mobiles and colossal 3D and […]

Gemini: L’Amant Double (2017)

WATCH An enthralling, titillating and thrilling psychological drama that will have audience guessing to the very last minute, or gasping. The denouement, perhaps, is too orderly, but the journey is a kaleidoscope looking at a human mind, a veda-scope expanding views of sexuality and a microscope examining human developments. Et voilà, another puzzling piece written and directed […]

Gibberish: The Mummy (2017)

SKIP It was going really well until Jenny(Annabelle Wallis) showed up and from there it went down to the tomb! punk intended. If Vail(Jake Johnson ) and Nick(Tom Cruise) were left as the odd couple, it would have been so much better. True to Hollywood tradition, a heterosexual love relationship must be inserted, and especially for a summer […]

Wünderbar nicht! WonderWoman(2017)

WATCH! Source: IMDb Undeniably Gal Gabot owned the movie, she was everything we wanted to see in Wonder Woman. However, Chris Pine was struggling to side up to Gabot; he played Captain Trevor. In the movie Gabot and Pine, to me, just didn’t exceberate the je ne sais pas quoi. At times, I found Pine annoying to watch, this […]

Movie Review: Split (2016)

WATCH!  DID(Dissociative Identity Disorder) or MPD(Multiple Personality Disorder) was the premise of this film, and the trailers were clear about that. But was it really? or there could be more? Perhaps… There weren’t anything we hadn’t seen before here: kidnap, teenagers and their perky bosoms, short skirts, and isolation. At least three were better than Ma(Brie Larson) in Room(2015). So […]

Movie Review: Lazy Eye (2016)

WATCH!“I wanted to tell a story from the perspective of the post-marriage equality world we are living in, but one in which the obstacle in the film was not the characters’ sexual orientation.”  –Director, Tim Kirkman. Lazy Eye was an unembellished film no one will have a problem empathizing with: been there, done that. Kirkman’s storytelling was natural, […]

WATCH: Movie Review: Batman v Superman-Dawn of Justice (2016)

  Contains spoilers OK, enough! Go see it for yourself, and don’t trust others’ opinions. I almost missed out on a pretty good 3D film,  visually, story-wise, and performances, cause I had read and watched (youtube) so many negative things before I went today. To me a good film creates discourse, and I think it has […]