Shallowness and cliché do not hinder Sweat from delivering the sucker punch of an internet popularity crisis.
Eva Green is a mother, an astronaut and, most importantly, an ordinary human with ordinary crises that showcase her rarely seen subtle charm.
A thoughtful study of identity becomes the muscles of Mogul Mowgli while Riz Ahmed’s poignant performance the brain.
Alexandra Daddario’s lost in pronunciation as she wanders directionless around Tokyo .
With a safe bet and Keanu Reeves, Sponge on the Run makes a familiar friendship story back in Bikini Bottom.
Blending the director’s B-movie panache with Cage’s brand new charm, it’s a worthy Lovecraftian horror.
“What makes us human?” is the question Humans probes to answer.
Serigala Terakhir might not be the wolf we’re expecting even after a ten-year exile.
Traumatic moments follow a couple of asylum seekers into their new home in England—manifesting in a clever, painful horror reflecting the bleak side of survivor’s guilt.
The series surprisingly takes a blatant turn—expanding what the original movie’s tried to compress for effectiveness—only to results into a bloated thriller.
Rebecca, however harrowing, is not the movie for Ben Wheatley. In the end, he only see him struggling to step out of Hitchcock’s shadow.
Zu Quirke’s full-feature directorial debut brings sibling rivalry to a popcorn psychological thriller with a satisfying ending for a weak journey.
Exploring bittersweet backstories before Yowis Ben, this prequel series excels with the new characters, but falls behind with the old ones.
This ‘Nanti Kita Cerita tentang Hari Ini’ spin-off delivers a tough story about a beloved character who fails to learn his lesson.
This subsequent moviefilm is a bold, clever, and exhilarating five-star comedy where nobody dares to step.