Eternals

Chloe Zhao’s take on Eternals is a highly character-driven one. It is somewhere that risky step Marvel has taken to try out a new way of approaching its stories. Yes, the movie does miss the punch when you look at it as a superhero movie in the MCU. But the exposition-driven treatment isn’t entirely bad… Continue reading Eternals

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings, the new addition to the Marvel cinematic universe, is typical for sure, but at the same time, it is highly entertaining. It is that classic origin story that prefers to establish the life of its central protagonist comprehensively. Hence, even the main conflict is also happening in… Continue reading Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Black Widow

Black Widow, the stand-alone movie for the first female Avenger, has a story that surely clears the mist around that character. Natasha Romanoff’s past and the backdrop are something that was least explored during the first major phase of the MCU. And we do get a fair enough idea about what has happened with that… Continue reading Black Widow

Loki

The evolution of the MCU in the OTT space is dramatic and fantastic. While every other superhero movie had this world-saving agenda, the MCU films were able to humanize some of its key characters in a unique way. And with the new Disney Plus original contents, they are now trying to tap into the conflicts… Continue reading Loki

Mare of Easttown

Mare of Easttown from Craig Zobel is a solid murder mystery powered by a wonderfully layered script and terrific performances. Happening within the city of Easttown, the story distracts you very smartly and manages to do the extremely tough task of hiding the mystery. With the subplots that humanize the characters very deeply, how everything… Continue reading Mare of Easttown