Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Review | Ryan Coogler Pushes the Rest Button in an Emotional T’Challa Tribute

In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the sequel to 2018’s Black Panther, the placement of the plot has mainly two intentions. One is to press the reset button as there is a need for a new leader. The second is to be a tribute to Chadwick Boseman and the aura of the first movie. While the… Continue reading Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Review | Ryan Coogler Pushes the Rest Button in an Emotional T’Challa Tribute

The Good Nurse Review | An Absorbing Crime Drama With Brilliant Performances

The Good Nurse is based on the real-life story of a serial killer named Charles Cullen. The movie, directed by Tobias Lindholm, has the limitation that they don’t have any massive suspense as the story is out in public. The screenplay by Krysty Wilson-Cairns approaches the story from the perspective of a single mother nurse… Continue reading The Good Nurse Review | An Absorbing Crime Drama With Brilliant Performances

Black Adam Review | A Harmless Addition to the Uneven DCEU

The new DCEU movie Black Adam starring Dwayne Johnson as the title character, works fine as a film that gives the universe a future that looks exciting. As a stand-alone film, this Shazam spin-off is an okay entertainer that never bores you, even though the trajectory is very familiar. With a predictable story not becoming… Continue reading Black Adam Review | A Harmless Addition to the Uneven DCEU

Halloween Ends Review | A Middling Conclusion to a Franchise That Started off Impressively

Halloween Ends, the third and final installment in the Halloween franchise, is much superior to the chaotic predecessor released in 2021. And it even tries to analyze the characteristics that create a boogeyman to give the slasher genre a psychological perspective. While all those things give the movie a cinematic high, the excitement one would… Continue reading Halloween Ends Review | A Middling Conclusion to a Franchise That Started off Impressively

Luckiest Girl Alive

Dramas about survivors of physical abuse mostly follow a specific approach to the central character. Mila Kunis starrer Luckiest Girl Alive manages to be a slightly different movie in that space as it analyzes the character from a really personal space. Although the blend of the fun side and the trauma around that character reduces… Continue reading Luckiest Girl Alive

Beast

Whenever you watch horror movies where a group of people is stuck in a situation where they fear something happening to them, the characters’ actions will make you wonder whether they lack common sense. Beast, starring Edris Elba in the lead role, isn’t technically a horror film. It is a survival thriller where a family… Continue reading Beast

Nope

If you are a fan of minimalism and also prefer content over grandeur, I think the new Jordan Peele science fiction will impress you a lot. Nope from the Get Out director knows how to hold the viewer’s interest without slipping into the conventional jump scares and cliched character tropes. More than the scale, it… Continue reading Nope

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