Here comes another Will Ferrell’s absurd character! This campy rendition of Eurovision Song Contest might be cliché-ridden but never dull.
Set in a bizarre Curtis-ian world without The Beatles, Yesterday is surprisingly simplistic, albeit bittersweet.
Donald Glovers’ artistry meets Hiro Murai’s sensitivity produce an uplifting, musical dramedy which feels violent and elevating at the same moment.
JACKASS DIRECTOR HELMS A MÖTLEY CRÜE BIOPIC. The Dirt is all SEX, ROCK N ROLL, DRUGS, NIHILISM AND “CHILL, DUDE, IT WON’T WIN ANY AWARD.”
Following up the sleeper hit with an exhilarating sociolinguistic discourse, Yowis Ben 2 can still be funny even when the acting department’s a bit lousy and the narrative messy.
Review: Ever since the delightfully staged getaway scene in the opening, when Baby (tall, pale Ansel Elgort) hit the gas and The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion’s Bellbottoms burst in stereo, Baby Driver has given the impression that it isn’t an ordinary […]
Review: Second animated feature from Illumination Entertainment (the studio who brought you Minions and, recently, The Secret Life of Pets) in 2016 brings tons of happiness and a whole playlist ranging from the 80s to recent hits in SING, an absurd blend of X-Factor and lots like Zootopia. While […]
Review: Sailing over idyllic seas with tropical islands as background, our self-proclaimed non-princess Disney Princess is going out of her comfort zone fulfilling her lifetime obsession and, most importantly, saving her world from famine. She is Moana—daughter of a Polynesian […]
Review Sing Street: Tak berlebihan jika menyebut John Carney sebagai sutradara musikal paling prominent saat ini. Ia telah meresap ke dalam musik pop dan memaknainya dengan motion picture, seperti terbukti lewat banjir pujian pada Once (2006)—yang membawa pulang Oscar lewat single-nya ‘Falling Slowly’—serta Begin Again (2013)—yang meraih nominasi […]