Steins Gate is one of the best anime series that I have watched so far, right from the original 2011 series up to the latest Steins Gate Zero. It’s been one hell of emotional roller coaster ride, and now Steins;Gate: The Movie tries to serve as the deserved ending to this great anime series based on time traveling.
Category: Film Review
Ever watched something that makes you gasp in confusion and yet at the same time be mersmerised by it? Enemy is one such film that makes you question what you have been watching for the last 1.5 hours.
Have you ever watched a film that takes place in real time, and only shows one man and his car throughout the film? Because Locke is exactly that but executed in such a unique way that it actually makes it stand out in some ways.
Sometimes we all just want to watch some comedy with horror element infused into it, something like the Scary Movie series but less over-the-top and in-your-face comedy. That’s where Tucker & Dale vs Evil comes in, for they bring with them something that seems a bit different from the usual crops of comedy horror films recently.
Have you ever wanted to watch some comedy that is more subtle in nature…and yet filled with some supernatural beings? Well, What We Do in the Shadows is exactly that with the addition of some magic from the awesome Thor 3’s director.
Looking for some action filled old school justice kung fu film to occupy the stay home notice? Look no further than here. This is something not mainstream yet worth 120 minutes of your time. With major stars helming the film, we are presented with old fashioned, classic, and exciting film made in the new era in Call of Heroes.
Sometimes you just want to watch some good old comedy that’s not really over the top, and yet it still could make you laugh with its subtle humour. And that’s where The Nice Guys comes in, for it looks to be what we hope to see in a comedy genre that has been getting worse lately.
Gangsters, marijuana dealers and perhaps a more sophisticated way of dealing drugs have been part of movie premises for a long time to come. So, we have Guy Ritchie who decided to shoot a film with that exact cliché genre in mind, and then from there The Gentlemen appears onto our silver screens.