• The Heist of the Century

    The Heist of the Century


    Mostly people watched MONEY HEIST Series.
    So that's why people didn't like this movie It's also bank robbery movie with comedy Its good to watch when you're getting bored at once.

  • Venom: Let There Be Carnage

    Venom: Let There Be Carnage

    Venom: Let There Be Carnage: This awkward mesh of questionable CGI and a take-it-or-leave-it screenplay all comes together to form a movie about as forgettable as its predecessor.

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  • The Unholy

    The Unholy


    Would I call it a great movie?No, A bad movie?No, A B-Horror movie?Yes. The cast was great no issues on that part but with these types of genre horror movies the plot is always going to be pretty simplistic and expected. While the effects were alright the scares were expected and again typical so nothing really scary or shocking. Like the usual cloth covered statue that moves where you're supposed to wonder what's under it and other typical scares like…

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die


    Daniel's most powerful and intimate performance as being James Bond.

    The movie has all of the classic ingredients of a James Bond movie: great action, beautiful cars, mystery, romance... but even if the story runs on the same principles: hero vs villain, the background evolves. The characters are surprisingly more gender balanced, with strong female representatives. Bond himself has evolved a lot during the past movies, but this one delivers the best performance, as he finally finds the answer to…

  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049


    Ryan "literally me" gosling!

    This movie reminds me of why I love watching movies.it has everything perfect I mean every Little thing are perfect stars from Screenplay is awesome it has every layer that I want from a movie like Blade Runner. let's talk about the cinematography of Mr. Roger Deakins I love that mans vision for movies the visuals are mesmerizing and heart touching and a lot of the work, not Evan Camerawork. Mr.Deni Villeneuve directing doing such a…

  • 300



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    "300" is a totally riveting masterpiece of movie making directed by Zack Snyder. The movie tells the story of King Leonidas and the 300 Spartans who defended their homes against the Persian army during the Battle of Thermopylae in 480 BC. The plot of the movie is simple, direct, and inspiring. A phenomenal action-packed story that sticks close to the actual events. The sound design is very excellent. The mix of live action and breath-taking CGI images creates beautiful landscapes,…

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  • All Too Well: The Short Film

    All Too Well: The Short Film

    This happens to one in hundred girls and then she makes a short film.

  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

    Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings


    Such an amazing film. Unlike some of the other marvel movies that imo try too hard to be cool or emotional and end up taking themselves way too seriously, Shang-Chi feels very organic in everything it does. The story is well paced and unfolds gradually without feeling like things were being dumbed down or overexplained. The visuals were absolutely stunning, comedic relief was always on point, fight sequences were sleek yet powerful. I had high hopes for Shang Chi and it absolutely delivered. Very excited for what's to come next.

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  • Hannibal Rising

    Hannibal Rising


    Since Hannibal Lecter isn't like your typical horror movie monster I think it's ok to dig into his past, in fact I welcome it. Rising does answer some questions why he is the way he is - half successfully. Where this film shines is the trauma he experienced as a child and really it's the only pain he feels. I think the film does not shine so well in the depth of the character which I think is the screenplay's fault, as well as the filmmakers. Still, I'm glad they made it.

  • Red Dragon

    Red Dragon


    Red Dragon for me is almost of the same level as The Silence of the Lambs . A true psychological thriller. Anthony Hopkins nails the role of Hannibal Lecter again and even more perfectly. It's a treat to watch him as Hannibal. Ralph Fienes and Edward Norton also gave a brilliant performance. The background score makes the film even more chilling and haunting. And the climax of the film is just next level. Fans of psychological thrillers should not miss this gem.

  • Elektra


    "Worse than worse"
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