• Scream



    This is by far the most technically executed film of the franchise, similar to directing and acting wise. This was written so well in which the film managed to create a new breath of fresh air for a new generation while also honoring the legacy of this franchise. Intense use of suspense, very creative kills. It had everything I wanted and more. I genuinely mean this because who knew I'd be crying in the middle of a Scream movie? not…

  • Scream 4

    Scream 4


    The fourth film had everything that the third one was missing. The suspense was high throughout the film and the reveal of Ghostface? Our jaws were on the damn floor. I do think this Ghostface is one of my favorites. It's the pure psychopathic lunacy that was simply awesome.

    Altogether, a great return for the franchise from the fall of the third one and to return more than a decade later with a very fitting narrative for modern horror. This one certainly goes down as one of my favorites in the franchise.

  • Scream 3

    Scream 3


    From the very beginning, I understood this film wouldn’t be on the level of quality of the previous two. The introduction scene is by far the weakest out of the three. The entire film had a lack of suspense and creativity. I might sound as if it was the worst thing I ever watched but that’s not the case, it still remained an entertaining film but with the lack of quality I expected.

    When I checked the crew, I immediately…

  • Scream 2

    Scream 2


    The sequel isn't as revolutionary as the first one but it holds up very well, even more than I expected. The first one is such a vital part of pop culture that I had been spoiled on a majority of the film but thankfully, this wasn't the case for the sequel.

    They included Ghostface in such creative and clever ways into the narrative without making it look forceful. The suspense hit the nail on the coffin throughout the film. I'm…

  • Shazam! Fury of the Gods

    Shazam! Fury of the Gods


    The film is average at best. The story does not live up to the first one and at times, it made the film appear as merely a project to fill up the DC slate. I simply don't like Zachary Levi as the lead anymore, for me, he does not have the appeal or the screen presence to carry this film.

    What I did enjoy? I adored the introduction of the three women, Lucy Liu and Helen Mirren are incredible. I…

  • Scream



    It must be shocking to see someone logging this film for the first time. I grew up as a squeamish kid, I could do blood, body gore but jumpscares were a big turn down. It wasn't until a year or more ago that I realised I can finally do jumpscares so here we are.

    This film is iconic in all its rights. The intro scene is one of the all time greats and as someone who never watched this film,…

  • Real Madrid: Until the End

    Real Madrid: Until the End

    “With a team under construction that a very few believed in, will now go down in history as one of the greatest seasons ever.”

    It’s the easiest documentary to ever make; retell lthe greatest and most shocking season in football history.

    For Madridistas, there’s nothing new or shocking about this documentary. There are plenty of personal interviews but they don’t reveal anything revelatory. Instead, we get the fanservice of reliving football history up close (I got teary at the end).…

  • The Whale

    The Whale


    The Whale did a great job in underlying the stigma around obesity; the lack of support, sympathy and compassion. The film managed to show this through several ways.

    However, I could not connect with this film, it is indeed sad, devastating and the lead is a heartfelt man but I felt a lack of substance within the writing. The words I expected to hear to underline this stigmatised diseases was replaced with classical music to give meaning to empty words.…

  • Friends: The Reunion

    Friends: The Reunion

    I finally finished the show after months of postponing that final episode and then immediately after, I watched this documentary. When I look back on the time I spent with this show, it was a very emotional journey. 

    This show was there for me through some very tough moments and it’s beautiful how an artform can be a shoulder to lean on. Despite the toughest challenges in life, this show guaranteed me laughter whenever I started a new episode. We…

  • Sneakers



    i watched this film for 4 minutes of river phoenix screentime in a 126 minute film with a plot that didn’t hook me at any moment.

  • The Rocker

    The Rocker


    It's been ages but I finally found an underrated gem again.

    The film is hilarious (cringe at times), it's a simple film but it does a great job with the multiple storylines, there are great vibes throughout with good music. I enjoyed this a lot and this cast is MASSIVE ... just go through the names and you won't believe the actors they brought together. Rainn Wilson is one of the greatest comedic actors and young Emma Stone has always had the chops to become a great from the very beginning.

  • Titanic



    I've just had one of the greatest theatrical experiences of my life, I watched the 4K remastered version of Titanic in IMAX 3D and it was unforgettable.

    We are all familiar with the jokes, memes and debates about Titanic but put all that irrelevance aside, focus on the film, no one can deny the mastery of this film. I can praise the film in its details but everything has already been said for decades.

    But to watch this film in…