Small Foot Review

Adapting from the book ‘Yeti Tracks’ by animator Sergio Pablos is Dreamworks Animation veteran Karey Kirkpatrick and his co-director Jason Reisig, and the duo fashion a lively, fast-paced and colourful action adventure that sees our hero Migo (Channing Tatum) venture below the clouds concealing their mountaintop habitat to find the smallfoot and prove that he …

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Wiro Sableng Pendekar Kapak Maut Naga Geni 212 Review

Don’t expect too much to introduce the character of Wiro Sableng’s stories to the international world, many Indonesian teenagers alone do not fully understand the characters displayed in this Wiro Sableng film. The uniqueness of Wiro Sableng’s combat skills and Wiro’s inner sanctum identity search should be explored in depth. Wiro Sableng movie Director is …

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The Nun Review

As human being, we find darkness scary, we hate it because we cannot see properly and thus find ourselves in the unknown. This is what drives a good horror movie, it is why the first Paranormal Activity was such a success for example. The horror of things happening, but not knowing what it is or …

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Crazy Rich Asian Review

New York-based economics professor Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) is in a very loving relationship with Nick Young (Henry Golding), who, when invited to his best friend’s wedding in Singapore, reveals that his family is wealthy. And not just “comfortable” but Kardashian wealthy. The chemistry of the two leads was amazing – Constance really displayed her …

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The Meg Review

The movie also stars Rainn Wilson (who I didn’t even recognize in the trailer), New Zealand’s Cliff Curtis (from Fear the Walking Dead) and Chinese superstar Bingbing Li, and by superstar, I mean that she seems to be put into every movie from Transformers: Age of Extinction to Resident Evil: Retribution in order to get …

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Burning Review

Based on a Haruki Murakami short story, Burning consistently leaves us uncertain about how to process the information presented to us in a film that is populated by three characters hiding parts of themselves. Jongsu never does see a cat at Haemi’s tiny apartment, although its food is eaten each time he returns. Haemi tells …

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