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  • Brain on Fire

    Brain on Fire


    A biographical drama based on a the craziest times in the life of Susannah Cahalan, as told in her memoir. Brain On Fire has a heartbreaking true story at its disposal, but unfortunately fails to get it told properly at any given time.

    To begin with, the shocking medical case in hand fails to translate well on-screen, and never makes the rollercoaster of the lead's journey as effective as it probably was. It's unfortunate that the people behind it pick…

  • Wonder Woman

    Wonder Woman


    The fourth film in DC's Extended Universe, the first major comic book movie led by a superheroine, the picture with the highest Rotten Tomatoes score for any DC or Marvel feature, and the best debut ever by a female director. Ladies and gentlemen, Patty Jenkin's outstanding Wonder Woman.

    To begin with, the unravelling of the story is exceptionally well-crafted, with great structure from start to finish and just the required balance among the multiple layers. The origin is beautiful and…

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  • Fantastic Four

    Fantastic Four


    No need for yet another origin film in the first place, and especially one that spends most of its time explaining how the four pals got to the point of becoming a superhero squad, without the characters at least getting the required insight. In addition to that, it felt like Dr. Doom wanted to destroy the world without that much of a reason, so cheers to a wasted super-villain. Fantastic Four makes it hard not to believe that three action…

  • Warcraft



    The silver screen adaptation of one of the world's most popular video games does not seem as one for general audiences without knowledge of the games. Even though I don't have the slightest clue about the games, I can objectively say that Warcraft is one hot mess of a movie, but does get a bunch of things right.

    No doubt the script is poorly written with a bunch of underdeveloped characters to an extend that it can't be forgiven. Acting…