All in all, Deleter had some great moments but it was not enough to offset the frustration of a subpar story that relied on hype and not substance. The one good thing that came out of it though is that it seems that Nadine has finally found her niche. Horror suits her well, in particular, psychological thrillers. Her acting plum for her performance was well deserved, I should say.
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Unlocked is a very good movie to watch if you want to check your social media habits or discover how to better protect yourself in this technologically propelled society. It was scarier than any horror film in the sense that it could happen to anyone who owns a smartphone.
All in all, The Menu was not a bad movie. It had an interesting premise and a creative approach to food and the artistry and passion involved in serving the perfect dish. And it was beautifully crafted. For me, it ticked all of the boxes for technicality but I felt that the general sense of cynicism made it hard to connect with the film, or any of its characters.
All in all, top notch animation by Studio Mappa. The film also had a great pace and served well to generate excitement for Season 2. I for one, have a ton of questions. Personally, I would have preferred Yuta’s chapter to have been a six or 12 episode series, much like they did for Rengoku’s arc after the Mugen Train movie.
After the events of Mugen Train, stakes are higher. After training for a few months at the Butterfly […]
All in all, Through My Window was a darker, sexier take on the teen romance trope and it had a lot of merits. I liked its ending more than the likes of The Kissing Booth, in fact. No cliffhangers — just two young adults secure in their love, being brave and mature about their choices. Its not the classic happy ending but it was the perfect one for Ares and his witch.
I’m just going to come out and say it. Spiral: From the Book of Saw was so ridiculous it was laughable. Whoever thought of casting Samuel L. Jackson as a victim and Chris Rock as a maverick detective should be fired.
Scream 2022 was not a memorable addition to the franchise, nor was it a necessary one. I think the final movie was made in an attempt to redeem itself from the lackluster reception of Scream 4 in 2011 but Scream 4 was already a solid ending. Needless to say, I’m a big fan of the original trilogy but this one just wasn’t up to par.
All in all, Greed was a good movie. It had a strong cast, good chemistry, excellent cinematography (you could really feel the heat and humidity from across the screen). Kudos to writer director Yam Laranas, who incorporated his signature style of filmmaking to deliver another one of his masterpieces . Enough good girl roles for Nadine, please. I believe these types of materials are where the next chapter of career should be.
All in all, there was a lot of swashbuckling action, a great script slapstick and physical comedy that kept viewers interested. Even the boss fights were very creative. Visually, it was impressive. When combined with a great cast, it was epic.