The Mule Review

Plotline: - A Korean War veteran and a horticulturist, 90-year-old Earl Stone (Clint Eastwood) is a wreck both on emotional and financial terms as he faces the ignorance of his estranged family along with the imminent closure of his business. One day after a heated argument with his wife Mary (Dianne West) at a party,... Continue Reading →

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Bumblebee Review

Plotline: - It’s 1987, and the Autobots are at loggerheads with the Decepticons in a Civil War on Cybertron. Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen) asks B-127 (Dylan O’Brien) to fly to Earth as their faction prepares to evacuate their planet so that he can be the source of contact for them when they move there (Earth)... Continue Reading →

Simmba Review

Plotline: - Sangram Bhalerao aka Simmba (Ranveer Singh) is an unscrupulous police officer who often gets his hand dirty with filthy lucre. Upon being transferred to Miramar police station as a Sr. Inspector, he continues his exploitive activities to extract wealth from the local gang leader Durva Ranade (Sonu Sood), until one day when everything... Continue Reading →

Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Review

Plotline: - Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), a teenager from Brooklyn gets bitten by a radioactive spider unbeknownst to him and develops spider-like qualities as a consequence of the same. In his quest to search for answers, he ends up meeting the real Spider-Man aka Peter Parker (Chris Pine) who soon dies in a fight against... Continue Reading →

Aquaman Review

Plotline: - Certain catastrophic events after the defeat of Steppenwolf force Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) to reconsider his decision to not contend for the throne of Atlantis which is currently claimed by his half-brother Orm (Patrick Wilson). What happened that made Arthur reassess his decision? Why was he initially unwilling to become the king of... Continue Reading →

Mortal Engines Review

Plotline: - In a post-apocalyptic world where there’s a conflict between mobilised cities and static settlements, a girl named Hester Shaw (Hera Hilmar) attempts to murder London historian and statesman Thaddeus Valentine (Hugo Weaving) only to be obstructed by another fellow, a much younger historian Tom Natsworthy (Robert Sheehan) leaving Valentine only fairly injured. Tom... Continue Reading →

Kedarnath Review

Plotline: - Mansoor (Sushant Singh Rajput), a Muslim pithoo guy and Mandakini aka Mukku (Sara Ali Khan), a wealthy Pandit girl in Kedarnath explore their love for each other amidst social tensions and an imminent disaster.   Positive Points: - Sushant Singh Rajput is no doubt a very good actor and he does perform well... Continue Reading →

2.0 Review

Plotline: - In a surprisingly surreal set of events, mobile phones across Tamil Nadu start flying away and are used in an unimaginable manner to commit a series of murders which includes the state’s telecom minister. As a result, scientist Vaseegaran (Rajnikant) is forced to reinstate his android Chitti (also played by Rajnikant) to deal... Continue Reading →

Green Book Review

Plotline: - Tony (Viggo Mortensen) is a bouncer at a nightclub in New York and is looking for a new job whilst the club is closed for renovations. He eventually is called up for an interview for a job where he’ll be required to be drive and bodyguard Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali), a popular African-American... Continue Reading →

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