• Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood


    Best hangout movie

  • The Legend

    The Legend


    Hilarious martial arts comedy with some very unique and over the top action sequences

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    The first Doctor Strange is one of my favourite entries in the MCU and the character himself is a favourite of mine.

    The second one delves much further into the Multiverse lore through the eyes of Strange, Chavez and Wanda.

    First of all, the whole Multiverse is explored so well in my opinion. I have seen divisive opinions online with how it was shown but I enjoyed it.

    I loved how Strange's character gets opened like a book and see…

  • The Betrayal

    The Betrayal


    The Betrayal is a grueling portrayal of a single samurai turned ronin whose downfall is as tragic as the many betrayals that gets handed to him.

    To ease tensions between rival clans after a murder, our protagonist becomes the fall guy for the murder amd driven to exile.

    What follows is a grand realization of the ethics of being a samurai.

    I love when the samurai genre was very popular, there was also movies made deconstructing the genre itself. Harakiri…

  • Kill Bill: Vol. 2

    Kill Bill: Vol. 2


    The Bride who we get to know as Beatrix Kiddo in this Volume continues her journey of bloody revenge and this time it's painted as a Neo-Western and martial arts film and it's incredible

    While it gets a bit slow sometimes compared to the breezy pace of Volume 1, it's loads of fun with even more stylized action

    Overall, The Bride and her story of vengeance is a must see of epic proportions

  • Kill Bill: Vol. 1

    Kill Bill: Vol. 1


    What can say except for what's already been said about this film countless number of times.

    Vol. 1 delivers revenge in the best possible way: cold

    Uma Thurman stars as The Bride who follows her list to kill this infamous band of assassins who did her wrong many moons ago. Tarantino provides a massively entertaining and bloody action film.

    His personal style of non-linear sequences, stylized violence and long drawn out dialogues and homages mixes so well with the action…

  • Dance with the Devil

    Dance with the Devil


    This was well interesting to say the least

  • The Lost City

    The Lost City


    This was a fun adventure rom-com with a good cast that delivered. The chemistry between Tatum and Bullock helped the movie obviously.

    Started off a bit low and the jokes didnt land that much at first but it picked up its pace and the jokes got better. Sadly, Radcliffe was wasted. As the villain, he could have gotten much more material to work with rather than the one-dimensional caricature of a villain he got to portray

    Brad Pitt though stole the entire show haha

  • Morbius



    This was not that bad as social media makes this movie out to be (you know a 1 star) but still bad enough to be boring.

    It started off a bit well but the wheels weren't strong enough to help it cruise through.

    Extremely bad and sometimes outright stupid dialogues, predictable plot and basically the same old story of the hero and the villain being the same version of each other, same powers and all, the difference being one being…

  • Weathering with You

    Weathering with You


    Honestly, I can keep watching this movie forever

  • For Love or Money

    For Love or Money


    I like 90s rom coms lol

    Oh you knew?

    Oh from my rating?

    Well they are biased yeah

  • The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

    The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent


    It's an over the top film detailing a fictional version of Nicolas Cage, you could say one of the Nick Cage's from the multiverse of Nick Cages

    Anyways, it's a really funny and meta film about the guy himself and his very surprising bromance with Pedro Pascal's character as the superfan cartel member.

    Seeing all his movie references, his movie memorabilia or sometimes his own reenactments of his eccentric past personality had a huge enjoyment factor to it as a fan of his movies and his very iconic acting