The Hustle might look ridiculous at the surface, given the lead performance; but, the whole story somehow loses the message for its aimless ambition
Dark Phoenix is not the trainwreck people keep bragging about. It’s just a purpose-less, risk-less, incoherent comic book movie without big spectacles.
The Pool is frustrating (at least for the audiences) and claustrophobic thriller which tries its luck, ironically, on bad luck and ignorance, which probes no sympathy.
Even though packed with creatively crafted jumpscares and dramas that make sense, La Llorona could never really reach its potential.
Sunyi showcases most of the director’s style and jump-scares without ever worrying about the story. It’s pretty basic—in terms of story and scares, after all.
Neil Marshall’s Hellboy is truer to the nature and style of the source materials compared to the versions it reboots; however, that doesn’t make it a better movie.
While Dumbo is visually likable, it wasn’t charming, let alone magical.
While Reza Rahadian’s performance is such a crown jewel, My Stupid Boss 2 still feels like a compilation of comedy sketch that only partially work.
Five Feet Apart is like a deliberately sappy fanfiction of The Fault in Our Stars saved by Haley Lu Richardson’s star-making performance and Cole Sprouse’s ethereal charm.
Bypassing all the character introductory phases, the romance rift in Dilan 1991 is sadly underwhelming even when the chemistry between Iqbaal and Vanesha starts to make sense.