Little Joe’s ambiguity wouldn’t fool anyone, except for sheer frustrations over the direction of its intriguing sci-fi horror premise.
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.
Black Box spits out its references loudly and still it delivers a thrilling yet melancholic horror.
Without explicit spectacles—substituted with a character-driven story, this sci-fi conundrum unravels a thread of intergalactic conspiracy shrouding a sleepy town only in one night.
There is enough food for everyone; but, those on top of the structure is hungered by worry while everyone underneath is hungered by those people. That’s how The Platform works.
In Bloodshot (2020), Vin Diesel is Vin Diesel and not the titular character. After all, it’s a cliche-ridden mediocrity.
There’s no doubt that The Terminator is an instant classic when it comes to sci-fi bravado with lauded action sequences and a compelling narrative. It was an accomplished mission impossible. When Terminator 2: Judgment Day came off in 1991, however, […]
Ad Astra sees director James Gray returning into a grandeur about larger-than-life ambitions and personal bonds. The story shares similar DNA with Gray’s previous movie, The Lost City of Z that follows a British explorer in a voyage dividing the […]
While overstaying the welcome a bit too long, Brightburn still delivers its visionary premise of a superhero origin story turning into a visceral horror.
The premise and production value of The Wandering Earth is otherworldly stunning; while the well-intended movie isn’t without flaw.
Christopher Landon’s teen-slasher Groundhog Day a.k.a. Happy Death Day exploits the familiar time-loop trope into an inspiring comedy with Jessica Rothe delivering a literally wide-ranging performance. Some people found it cleverly revamping the trope; while, some others hated it for […]
Robert Rodriguez’s latest visual bonanza, Alita: Battle Angel, is a sci-fi epic that immediately sparks immediate déjà vu to James Cameron’s Avatar. Such allegation isn’t without a root or apparent proof. The striking visuals—especially that attention-demanding anime eyes of the […]
As if bringing Statham diving back to the depth isn’t enough, The Meg plunges him into a mediocre B-movie party.
Review Ant-Man and the Wasp. To clean the palette after the devastating Infinity Wars, Marvel presents an all-round fun and funny family comedy.