I felt this film was honestly just average. A lot of the latter-half felt like a rehash of Return of the Jedi, Kylo Ren's character felt like it went in a circle of nowhere, and Rey finally got character development by the movie retconning her past. I honestly felt Kylo Ren's entire character arc was … Continue reading Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Spoiler-Free Review
Note: This Review Will Contain Major Spoilers. Dear Fellow Thanos Worshippers, I am saddened to tell you all of the passing of the greatest man who ever existed; sinless and uncorrupted by the selfishness and narcissism of the carnal world. He who did what must be done to save our precious universe with nothing but … Continue reading Avengers: Endgame Was A Horrific Atrocity
Note: Ignore the hate, this film is a solid entry into the MCU. This review is Spoiler-Free.
Red Line gives the full experience of a rush with its intense racing moments and puts you at the edge of your seat throughout it all. The Yellow Line race and Red Line race completely take the cake with the amazing experience of this film because they keep you invested for both races. This film … Continue reading Red Line (2009) Review
The film begins relatively strongly and I enjoyed watching it for the most part. The setting is full of gratuitous violence, rape scenes (in the first 9 minutes of the film, no less), and the setting itself comprises of a fantasy samurai period in a similar manner in which Western writers depict settings of magical … Continue reading Ninja Scroll (1993) Review
This film is one of the most boring wastes of time that I've ever had the displeasure of looking into. I checked it out upon a recommendation of interesting anime films, some of which I had already watched and held highly favorable opinions of, but this film is worthless crap.
Very few people seem to be aware of Nietzsche's influence on contemporary entertainment.
A concise and clear film on the challenges that Reformist Muslims and their allies face in order to modernize Islam. Sam Harris notes that Maajid Nawaz's reformist movement is likely the toughest job of them all. The ultimate message of the film is that we, the public, can help with criticizing bad ideas such as … Continue reading Islam and the Future of Tolerance Film Review
If you're even slightly considering watching Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, I highly recommend it. I really feel this film outshines everything before it.
0/10. Completely awful film. I pretty much disengaged from the film when it became evident that Raymond, the main character, was more likely to believe some known crooked officer who makes goading remarks than his actual wife. Evidently, the film finds Raymond assaulting his wife and throwing a childish temper tantrum to be forgivable manly … Continue reading Internal Affairs (1990)
A surprisingly good film. Once viewers can move past the abnormal psychological desire of the literature girl, Amano Tooko, eating pages from books to cement her love of them, it delves into a rather intriguing romance story. Inoue Konoha is a highschooler whose past we slowly uncover and learn about his quasi-friend, quasi-girlfriend Asakura Miu, … Continue reading Bungaku Shoujo / Literature Girl Film
MAJOR SPOILERS BELOW Avengers 3: Civil War is a brilliantly written film that . . . oh, I'm sorry, Captain America: Civil War. I apologize for the oversight, you see, I just couldn't tell the difference between this Captain America film and an Avengers film . . . because far more than just Captain America … Continue reading Captain America: Civil War
Major Spoilers Below One of the best sequels I've ever seen. The plot twists, apart from the one at the end, take a surprising turn. The Ice Queen displays more cunning, thoughtfulness, and endearment to her child slave army than Ravenna did with . . . anything. However, the film is more a romance/adventure more … Continue reading The Huntsman: Winter’s War
Major Spoilers below This uniquely visualized film explores a what-if concept of the Noah's Ark story in the Bible. What if Yahweh decided not to help humanity after the Great Flood and instead let the world die? In the film, a dove is suppose to inform Yahweh of what happened so that Yahweh begins the … Continue reading Angel Egg (1985 Anime Film)
By far, one of the best films that I've watched. It simply outdoes itself in its depiction of real life characters in difficult settings. Some people may not like the Mother character due to potential perceptions that she's a mary sue, but I could see real life cases of mother's acting in such a happy-go-lucky … Continue reading Wolf Children (2012)
An anime film that is worth the watch. I felt as if some of the storyline was generic but the method in which the story occurs makes it unique enough to be interesting. Some parts, like the relationship the main character has with the love interest, is rather melodramatic. But this film portrays a Master-Student/Quasi-Step … Continue reading Bakemono no Ko
Warning: Film Spoilers! This film, by far, is one of the best I've ever seen. Definitely the best Indian film that I've ever seen. Admittedly, the transition is a bit hard to follow, and the love triangle may not be what people like to see in a film that was meant to be porn but … Continue reading Kamasutra: A Tale of Love (1996) / कामसूत्र अ टेल ऑफ़ लव
Okay, so I get that this is suppose to be a "fallen superman" message within the film but Barry Egrem is a complete idiot. I can't find this film enjoyable because of how terrible of a character he is. This was arguably Sandler's best acting and . . . the character itself is the problem. … Continue reading Punch Drunk Love
I am pleasantly surprised by this movie. It was fantastic from beginning to end. The main characters all have well-rounded depth, the use of the Grimm tale doesn't feel forced, and the curse feels more real when it actually occurs. I really liked the adventurism of the tale, the depiction of meaningful interactions between the … Continue reading Snow White and the Huntsman Film (2012)
The beginning and set-up of this film is great. The theme of needing to tell the truth, even painful truths, is a great lesson to learn in people's personal lives. The characters are well developed but the plot is a fairly generic "high-school musical set-up" kind of shtick. I would say it's worth watching. What … Continue reading Kokoro ga Sakebitagatterunda film