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The avant-garde film from Fellini “8 ½ (1963)” about trials and tribulations of filmmaking is a milestone in film history for its abstract, surrealist direction, physiological and experimental plot. My rating is 8.5/10.
Does the “Cruella (2021)” character need an origin story? Nevertheless, it’s not a bad movie. | As a drama film, “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do (2021)” is satisfactory, but the movie went down the tubes as a horror film.
“Horimiya” is a cheerful, heartwarming, wholesome rom-com series. awkward love moments, little conflicts, subtle humor, getting jealous and furious for little things are adorable, honest, feels real and relatable
Does it live up to the hype? Sure, it does, “Mugen Train” serving as a bridge to the upcoming second season is a must-watch for Demon Slayer fans.
Commander Erwin Smith’s death didn’t go in vain. Season four goes beyond the walls to find the truth as Erwin dreamed. For months, I stayed
“The Father”: Places us in the mind of someone losing reality
Vakeel Saab: Serious, vital subject tumble-down by commercial elements
Godzilla vs. Kong: A disposable popcorn flick.
“Raya and the Last Dragon” action-packed entertainer with stunning visual choreography and exciting music by James Newton Howard.
On the Rocks: Sofia’s lovely and melancholy character perfectly harmonizes with a subtle, alluring performance by Bill Murray. | The Way Back: Striking comeback for Ben Affleck