This based-on-a-true-story courtroom thriller still makes a balter of Sorkin’s electrifying rhythm with his star-studded cast even when it’s toned down.
Hubie Halloween is not Sandler’s worst in his 10-movie contract with Netflix just because it’s not that lazy.
Alone ventures almost immediately as a minimalist, thin yet effective cat-and-mouse thriller.
Story-wise, Pelukis Hantu is all over the place; but, the audacity to tell a dire story of personal, also collective, trauma is respectful.
Between generational gap, culture clash, and actual superstition, Evil Eye’s goal is only attainable with enough ambiguity which it fails to fully achieve.
The Lie gives away and apparently gives up its frustratingly legit thriller just by coming up with such a title.
Black Box spits out its references loudly and still it delivers a thrilling yet melancholic horror.
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Enola Holmes offers a lighter Baker Street tale with big heart, timely message, and Millie Bobby Brown’s cute screen presence to kickstart a rather promising franchise
The devil’s deceitful whisper is somber and gruesome like a wicked Sunday School lesson for Tom Holland and his rawest performance so far.
Like mudik, the annual homecoming tradition, Mudik is a relentless, intense, and exhausting journey to the place where the heart truly is.
Mystery of the Dragon Seal delivers a campy, B-movie-styled entertainment for those looking for simple joyride, even when Chan and Schwarzenegger’s portion doesn’t quite live it up.
This well-intended time-loop rom-com could have been more exhilarating has it not weighed down by irritating jokes and imprecise built-up for its third act.
The titular babysitter is virtually absence for most of the movie but what’s left of the first movie basically made up this sequel with nonsensical plot. The gory overkill, though, is an overjoy.
Nothing particularly new or too old to zombie apocalypse tropes in #Alive except for the power of social media almighty.