The Unholy starts out with an interesting plot and has a couple of good actors/actresses throughout. However, the horror element is basically non-existent because of how the villain looks or reacts and how unnecessary her character ends up being. All that without mentioning just how stupid the religious elements are. But that’s not a surprise, isn’t it?
Being a fan of the Jurassic movies, this show has always been on my watchlist. Season One was a good start. Not great but good enough to merit other seasons. Although Season two was a downgrade from Season One, it was still decent enough for us fans. As for Season Three, the trailer was enough to hook me or any other fan of the franchise. I had a really good time watching this season which might get mistaken for something that appeals only to kids.
Army of the Dead is nothing more and nothing less than any other zombie film. It’s filled with the gory battles between men and zombies, resulting in mayhem and carnage. It also has the usual no-character arc problem and unnecessarily prolonged runtime. But it also has a sense of uniqueness and visions of lore which even though not fully utilized, yet effective enough to ask us for more. So, here is my Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead Review.
Shadow and Bone is a delightful fantasy drama that gets everything right-from relatable characters to impeccable world-building, soul-stirring music, and eye-catching CGI. Shadow and Bone is a must-watch especially if you want to get a respite from the horrors of the real world as it is today and escape to a fantasy realm full of witches, warlocks, pirates, and thieves.
Many people in tinsel-town thought that there would be a dip in quality the moment Marvel boss Kevin Feige announced the move to shift minor-Avengers characters onto the silver screen. But as always, Marvel proved them wrong, redefining what can be done on minimal budgets by delivering a fantastic season of the Falcon and the Winter Soldier. The buddy-cop dynamic between Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan is organic and forms the main reason as to why this series has really taken off.
Mortal Kombat is a confusing mess of a movie that does a bad job narratively like any other video game movie. The action can be satisfying at times; Joe Taslim and Hiroyuki Sanada do a phenomenal job with their fighting sequences as well as selling us on their rivalry. Though a more interesting movie would have been how that rivalry got to where it was. They both even manage to deliver the clunky dialogue of the script well. The rest of the cast come across like they’re doing parodies of stupid soap operas.