Serigala Terakhir might not be the wolf we’re expecting even after a ten-year exile.
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.
The action-hero Chris Hemsworth wreaks havoc recklessly and ruthlessly in this stiff machismo parade.
In Bloodshot (2020), Vin Diesel is Vin Diesel and not the titular character. After all, it’s a cliche-ridden mediocrity.
Samara Weaving and Daniel Radcliffe battles in this fuckup toxic masculinity bravura which somehow feels electrical.
As the character itself, Sonic the Hedgehog is fast-paced and happy-go-lucky even when it just skips the plot aside from its functionality.
The Gentlemen bears the depravity and blatant energy of the director’s early movies while also injects popcorn formula of his more recent ones, the result is a fine welcome-back story.
Margot Robbie’s iconic performance and the relentless yet grounded action bravura are Birds of Prey’s cherry bombs.
Who the f— are Adil & Bilall? How dare these guys play safe, exploit Smith-Lawrence’s chemistry, but still make a highly entertaining Bad Boys sequel?
William Eubank’s deep-sea survival has its thrilling and nauseating moments just like how a survival thriller should be; but, it certainly offers nothing new and sticks to the genre’s most basic formula.
This is not a review.
Still relying on the solid casts—which only grow more interesting—and the absurd humor, Jumanji: The Next Level stays on the same level as its modern predecessor.
In the 1960s, the deteriorating Ford Motor was desperate to boost their car sales to the first-generation boomers. In their effort, Lee Iacocca (Jon Bernthal) had an epiphany to propose participation in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race, which […]
Elizabeth Banks’ reboot of Charlie’s Angels is a bold move for the whole franchise. It starts with an exclamation that “women can do anything.” Sometimes, that includes utilizing their charm to get things done—something that Farah Fawcett and co. often […]
In Midway, director Roland Emmerich quenches his aviation fetish with a World War II blockbuster. While places and people might not be at their most accurate position in this retelling of the battle that practically changes the course of the […]