Playful in the same manner as Iron Man 3, the globe-trotting Spider-Man: Far From Home is possibly the best choreographed Spider-Man movie ever but that’s possibly its best suit.
Annabelle Comes Home will be remembered as the high concept horror blockbuster which will spawn more entries to The Conjuring universe.
When it comes to Toy Story, it’s always a heartfelt, heartbreaking yet heartwarming ride.
With moderate yet goofy presentation, MIB: International is surprisingly a warm welcome back for old fans and a fair introduction to new generation of fans.
With plot that works like a series of comedic sketches, The Secret Life of Pets 2 can only entertain with the super-cute characters—the best product of the series.
Raditya Dika finds a better rhythm and theme—for the follow-up of his ‘single’ tour de force—that works warmly even when the symptoms of theme’s fatigue become more apparent.
Si Doel the Movie 2 hits the nostalgia button even harder this time even when the narrative keeps slowly lollygagging with the titular character’s infamous indecisiveness.
Only the colossal amount of Kaiju Soshingeki visual spectacles and iconic one-perfect-shot moments that could somehow save Godzilla: King of the Monsters from its failing narrative.
Relentlessly leaping from various orgasmic, nerve-racking action set pieces to ever-expanding world building that probes for self-deducing, Parabellum is a wickedly lethal chapter.
With Endgame, Marvel provides an emotionally overwhelming cinematic experience as a closure to its carefully planned universe (built in 11 years) to be celebrated for years to come.