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  • Day Shift

    ★★½

  • Laal Singh Chaddha

    ★★★★

  • Bullet Train

    ★★★

  • Mr. Unbelievable

    ★★★½

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  • Day Shift

    Day Shift

    ★★½

    This film is good for the fun and entertainment but really there is nothing more than just that. 

    For the most part, it feels so formulaic and almost unoriginal; perhaps the only thing worth remembering from this film is how they take these whole vampire hunting thing to take place in present-day Los Angeles and mostly on daylight, and how simply perfect Snoop Dogg’s character is. He really deserves a lot more.

  • Laal Singh Chaddha

    Laal Singh Chaddha

    ★★★★

    This film really took me by surprise. It is the first Bollywood or any Indian film I have seen in like three months, but Laal Singh Chaddha turns out to be more than just an Indian remake of Forrest Gump

    As a matter of fact, this may be even better than its source material. Aamir Khan once again never fails in impressing me with his acting; his Forrest, or rather Laal, feels original - a combination between Tom Hanks’ original…

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  • Josée

    Josée

    ★★★

    This film is two hours long but still leaves a lot of questions unanswered even by the time the credits start rolling.

    The two leads manage to deliver strong performances; particularly Nam Joo-hyuk's, who for some reason - is able to maintain that charismatic aspect off his show-stealing performance in the K-drama "Start-Up", and place it on a different character in the form of Young-seok, and in a film which tone and spirit is the almost complete opposite.

    And I…

  • Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

    Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

    ★★★½

    If you happen to love both cooking and Hashimoto Ai, then I'm pretty sure you'll going to enjoy this film.

    For me, it's personally one of the most heart-warming films to come out of Japan; and the best thing is that it wasn't even a family drama.

    Next to that, I really admire how peaceful this film feels; which is something I, unfortunately, can't describe by words. It's like watching one of those NHK food documentaries more than watching a…