Tom Cruise’s attempts to be part of a larger Shared Universe begins and ends with his rendition of ‘The Mummy’.
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‘Baby Driver’ is one of writer-director Edgar Wright’s best movies, and definitely one of the best movies of 2017 thus far.
‘Win It All’ features the same problem as most of Netflix’s original line of up feature films.
‘Get Out’ sees the debut of writer / director Jordan Peel, who is is able to blend the perfect mix of socially relevant allegory with familiar film tropes to create a story that is truly unique.
‘Guardians Of The Galaxy: Vol. 2’ is the sequel to the unexpected Marvel property that is able to once again deliver the humour, heart and spectacle of the previous film.
While the ‘Fate Of The Furious’ won’t win any awards, it’s still an entertaining action movie that you can sit back and enjoy.
‘Kong: Skull Island’ delivers on the promise of a true monster movie, while cutting the fat away from any unnecessary tangents in storytelling.
Movie Review: ‘POWER RANGERS’ (2017) – A Character Driven Underdog Story That Requires Suspension Of Cynicism
‘Power Rangers’ surpasses its source material to be a moving character driven film that works as an underdog team story.
‘Grocery Store Action Movie’ is a brand new spoof on one of the most popular film genres of all time, done well!
‘Love In The Age Of Like’ makes a commentary about society with a story that is as funny as it is ridiculous.
Oscar nominated ‘Lion’ is a story of sadness and joy, sometimes both simultaneously, as a lost boy tries to find his childhood home.
‘Moonlight’ is a movie that transcends traditional storytelling to provide a look into 1 life, and it’s journey towards self acceptance.
2017 Oscar Nominated Best Picture ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ may be the best war movie made since ‘Saving Private Ryan’.
2017 Oscar nominated ‘Hidden Figures’ is an engaging story of real life heroics, told in a way that avoids the usual tropes of this genre.
Host Shah Shahid goes solo as he reviews the newest Shah Rukh Khan movie ‘Raees’ in episode 25 of the Split Screen Podcast
Experience the brilliantly written, acted and directed ‘Sairat’, that’s been winning hearts all over the world.
‘The Time Agent’ is a unique short film with a time travel premise, but with a more cerebral story underneath its layers.
‘Dawn Of The Deaf’ is a movie that introduces a new concept in the Zombie movie genre is innovative and subvertive to the genre itself.
My 1st German language film, ‘The People Vs. Fritz Bauer’, is a brisk political thriller telling a story rarely explored in mainstream film.
‘Tamasha’ starts out as a story about unfulfilled desires, but somehow becomes about a man violently reacting to his own life.