Bullet Train

Bullet Train from David Leitch is a fun film that works primarily because of the Deadpool kind of irreverent comedy that is there throughout the film. Towards the climax, the movie goes full fast and furious mode with nonsensical levels of stunts. But the characters they have managed to create till that point somehow save… Continue reading Bullet Train

The Black Phone

Scott Derrickson’s new horror thriller, The Black Phone, is a unique blend of a supernatural thriller with serial killer elements. It does have jump scares to unsettle you. But the placement of the movie is primarily as a survival thriller, and the clever usage of the ghost track makes this thriller an extremely compelling watch.… Continue reading The Black Phone

Jurassic World Dominion

Jurassic World Dominion, the third movie in the Jurassic World series that has Jurassic Park original cast returning to the franchise, feels like an unnecessary film that doesn’t do any good to the franchise. Barring some moments where you have old movie references from the reprising characters, Collin Trevorrow’s film lacks originality, and the coexistence-preach… Continue reading Jurassic World Dominion

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Sam Raimi’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness might not be cinematically that enthralling compared to a no way home or endgame. Still, the deviation it takes from the usual pattern we see in MCU films makes this film an interesting one. The inclination toward the spookiness in the treatment makes it less of… Continue reading Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

The Batman

The Batman, the latest DC reboot of the Batman franchise directed by Matt Reeves, is a movie that takes its own sweet time to establish its main character and his level of commitment. The Batman films have always had a better emotional value as the protagonist is not a superhero. His mask and vigilante characteristics… Continue reading The Batman