An action-entertainer that brings out the 80’s Monsters-fighting-Robots loving child in everyone one of us.
Category: Movie Review
A action packed adventure that successfully makes Captain America relevant in today’s world, while setting the stage for AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON!
Another `gimmicky`movie that exceeds expectations and is a great example of an action entertainer done with minimalist flair.
A movie that goes beyond being built as a gimmicky concept, and is as entertaining as it is awesome!
A 5 year old’s perspective on this animated remake of a classic cartoon.
‘Lions For Lambs’ is a rivetingly engaging movie about terrorism in a world post 9/11 America; the ideologies and principles behind each opposing side of the same actions.
A dramatic movie where there’s very little drama, and even seeing two amazing actors together on screen doesn’t do anything to redeem the dull story.
An entertainer that doesn’t disappoint in the fun, but does fall flat in terms of an original thrilling story.
‘Now You See Me’, is an exciting thriller involving magicians, that`s anything but magical, and asks its audience to suspend way too much disbelief. Check out my Movie Review.
An animated adaptation of the Graphic Novel, ‘All Star Superman’ chronicling the last adventures of Superman, what looks to be an epic journey through his life. Check out my Review.
The 2nd instalment of a franchise successfully rebooted, returns to its source material with horrendous results.
A darker, grimmer and more somber iteration of a character known to be fun and light hearted in the 3rd movie of its franchise.
An innovative prequel that is able to capture the essence of 40+ years of Sci-Fi mythology, while being original and appealing to new audiences.
The genius that is Martin Scorsese finally getting the recognition that he deserves as a Filmmaker for this movie.
One of the more innovative and original Mobster movies ever made, that break away from the rest with it’s pair of leading men.
Another Quentin Tarantino revenge flick of historical proportions and badassery.
I revisit an old classic through the eyes of a parent: Questionable, but still a classic…
Flight is a go no where movie that has little to do with plot, but rather showcases the downfall of a character with no redeeming factors throughout.
The ultimate tale of redemption of an American caught in a Japanese occupation of a city in WWII & how he becomes saviour to a group of young girls.
A disturbingly brilliant movie about a dysfunctional family, and how their troubles multiply as a professional killer enters their lives.