The line between good and evil is deliberately blurred in this hardcore B-movie that goes too serious that Sylvester Stallone is keen to remake it.
Ritchie’s Aladdin might not grant all the wishes for a charming and bedazzling live-action of the Disney classic, but it’s not bad either. It simply isn’t special.
Zahler’s decision to pair up Gibson and Vaughn in his trademark, sentimental hard-boiled B-movie is a toughly perfect one.
The Pool is frustrating (at least for the audiences) and claustrophobic thriller which tries its luck, ironically, on bad luck and ignorance, which probes no sympathy.
Relentlessly leaping from various orgasmic, nerve-racking action set pieces to ever-expanding world building that probes for self-deducing, Parabellum is a wickedly lethal chapter.
While overstaying the welcome a bit too long, Brightburn still delivers its visionary premise of a superhero origin story turning into a visceral horror.
Detective Pikachu’s bold attempt to craft an independent story out of an overly established franchise only results in a parade of cute pokémons with small flickering jolts and less exultation.
Theron and Rogen’s blithesome chemistry excels in this carefree political rom-com that feels somehow sincere and biting at the same time.
The premise and production value of The Wandering Earth is otherworldly stunning; while the well-intended movie isn’t without flaw.
Raihaanun delivers a stark and raw yet sterling performance to become the soul of this powerful story about sexual trauma.