Gina S. Noer surprisingly flaunts playful imagery and enchanting dialogues to complement the story that, by nature, is powerful—even when the narrative is sometimes overwhelming in Dua Garis Biru.
While formulaic, Crawl sees Alexandre Aja delivering a hybrid thriller which effectively puts you at the edge of the seat as the sheer dangers keep making your skin crawls.
The Hustle might look ridiculous at the surface, given the lead performance; but, the whole story somehow loses the message for its aimless ambition
Playful in the same manner as Iron Man 3, the globe-trotting Spider-Man: Far From Home is possibly the best choreographed Spider-Man movie ever but that’s possibly its best suit.
With formulaic double-agent trope, Besson delivers another femme fatale flick; sadly, given his recent reputation, it’s uncomfortable to observe the inherent male gaze.
Set in a bizarre Curtis-ian world without The Beatles, Yesterday is surprisingly simplistic, albeit bittersweet.
Angry Bong Joon-ho illustrate his restlessness towards social gap with a thought-provoking, family tragicomedy that does not look like anything you’ve seen before.
Annabelle Comes Home will be remembered as the high concept horror blockbuster which will spawn more entries to The Conjuring universe.
When it comes to Toy Story, it’s always a heartfelt, heartbreaking yet heartwarming ride.
With moderate yet goofy presentation, MIB: International is surprisingly a warm welcome back for old fans and a fair introduction to new generation of fans.