The Alien Action Adventure that Fails to Deliver: Men in Black International Review

The duo from Thor: Ragnarok (Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson) are back at it again with another movie that looks promising on paper because of the choice of cast, and of course, its name that we haven’t heard for a while. But in reality, it’s a rather huge disappointment especially for the sake of the […]

Mediocrity at Its Finest: Godzilla King of Monsters Review

If you think that the Godzilla series is finally at its deathbed, then wait until you see Godzilla: King of Monsters. However, don’t be fooled because of the name “Godzilla.” It’s actually a mediocre movie disguised in a popular name of a monster we all know and love. Of course, Godzilla: King of Monsters has […]

Kicking Ass Despite the Controversy: Anna Movie Review

One of Luc Besson’s secrets of getting commercial movie success is to portray ladies in a bad-ass fashion kicking ass in the most action way as possible. There is no doubt that the director’s massive space operatic flop the “Valerian And the City Of A Thousand Planets” was poorly received by critics and moviegoers alike. […]

It Gets Better the Third Time Around: Annabelle Comes Home Review

2013’s massive horror-hit “Conjuring” has seen several sequels and prequels, turning it into a cinematic Universe just like Marvel’s. This kind of approach keeps the audience engaged, wanting for more, as well as creating a fan-base for the cinematic universe itself. It also allows writers to create stories that will connect to each film, making […]

Dark Phoenix is Another Complete Mess in the X-Men Franchise

The X-Men franchise is at it again with their tenth and final film of the series deeming to flop once more. 2016’s X-Men Apocalypse didn’t do well enough in the eyes of critics and moviegoers. And here comes Dark Phoenix hoping to shadow the negative response of their previous films. Well, it shows. Dark Phoenix […]

Dark Phoenix is Another Complete Mess in the X-Men Franchise

The X-Men franchise is at it again with their tenth and final film of the series deeming to flop once more. 2016’s X-Men Apocalypse didn’t do well enough in the eyes of critics and moviegoers. And here comes Dark Phoenix hoping to shadow the negative response of their previous films. Well, it shows. Dark Phoenix […]

An Entertaining Live Adaptation of a Videogame: Detective Pikachu Review

A lot of filmmakers have been trying how to implement a film adaptation of a video game properly. Many have succeeded (Tomb Raider 2001), and others failed (Assasin’s Creed 2016). But in the case of 2019’s “Detective Pikachu”, it seems like everything turned out well. The movie is based on the 2016 game “Detective Pikachu” […]

An Exciting Title Riddled with Bad Storytelling: Brightburn Review

Developed by James Gunn and his family, Brightburn is a pretty ambitious title that didn’t deliver to what’s promised. The film was supposed to be released back then in November but was delayed when Disney fired Gunn from the third installment of Guardians of the Galaxy. Because of this, Brightburn wasn’t adequately promoted, and he […]

An Enjoyable Sci-Flick Despite its Shortcomings: I Am Mother Review

I Am Mother is an independent film that premiered in the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. Luckily, because of its positive reviews, the film is now available to stream on Netflix. Directed by Grant Sputore, I Am Mother is his first feature-length film that delivers high ambitions but failed to execute on making it an exciting […]

An Emotional Origin Story of a Music Icon: Rocketman Review

When it comes to music-focused movies, Rocketman follows the footsteps of last year’s Bohemian Rhapsody who garnered a lot of success. And it’s also the same thing for this movie as well thanks to its choice of cast and beautiful storytelling that’s true to the original Rocketman himself. Rocketman is a full-blown musical, which is […]