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  • Onward



    While Onward is undoubtedly on the lower side of films to come out from Pixar Studios, I was still pleasantly surprised in how well executed this whole film is in many fundamental aspects that Pixar put to considerable use once more in their first original motion picture in three years.

    The specific story itself involves two elf brothers from this more magical-like turned modern world, voiced by none other than Tom Holland and Chris Pratt, as they both set out…

  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man


    A top-notch reimagining of the classic the Invisible Man story with it ideally having Leigh Whannell's own specialty take on the visionary concept. The film itself is done just about right as it utilizes the clever function of the skillful modernization to the distinct notion of having the power of invisibility, as it strikes all the precise notes on what it needed to be as a whole.

    Right from the get-go, the eerie atmospheric tension is already established as we…

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  • Good Time

    Good Time


    Not as masterfully refined as the Safdie Brother's subsequent work of 'Uncut Gems', however, Good Time as the title naturally suggests, is no doubt a quite exciting crime-thriller that indeed works on a palpable level, and that is mostly due to the film's frenetically fast-paced narrative that never seems to let up until the end.

    It's unquestionably exhilarating to say the least, and with Robert Pattinson at the helm as the credible lead who absolutely delivers a relatively worthy performance…

  • Commando



    An absolute blast of an action flick that never lets up in bringing in genuine, non-stop thrills & also never takes itself too seriously which easily makes it all the better.

    Commando is pretty much an almost ideal embodiment of '80s action films with this boasting an extravagant amount of remarkably solid action sequences, and memorable dialogue mostly stated by none other than Arnold Schwarzenegger himself.

    Although the first Terminator film inarguably put Schwarzenegger on the map, this is where he…

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  • Scarface



    Undoubtedly one of the finest gangster films ever made, Scarface is an exceptionally memorable & absolutely unrelenting crime-drama that is suitably paced for an almost 3-hour flick, and is favorably filled to the brim with notably strong performances throughout this with the film constantly staying engaging from just about start to finish.

    While the supporting cast all bring in rather substantial work with their respective roles through the film's extensive duration, it is Al Pacino as 'Tony Montana' who without question…

  • Brawl in Cell Block 99

    Brawl in Cell Block 99


    Though it isn't as brilliant as the director's previous work of 'Bone Tomahawk', Brawl in Cell Block 99 nonetheless makes for a top-notch sophomore effort from S. Craig Zahler as it is yet another engaging slow-burn of a film that is incredibly well-paced & admirably sharp as a whole, despite its prolonged 132-minute runtime.

    And this is more than likely aided by Vince Vaughn who undoubtedly gives a quite earnest performance throughout, and the indisputably exciting brutality that follows his particular character here, which Zahler puts to favorable use, is rather effective all the way through, & certainly makes the film all the more better because of it.