The Kings have confronted each other and now they have to decide who will be the One True Victor. And Godzilla vs Kong is exactly the film that is all about this simple premise. But will it deliver in all the expected glory?
Category: Film Review
Have you ever thought about how the past affects the present but in a way that seems a bit more realistic? Hello World tries to take that concept and makes a compelling story out of that.
Have you ever wondered if you have watched a different version of the same film because the original one disappointed you so much? Well, Matchless Mulan is your wish come true when it was released at the same time as Disney’s Mulan.
Ever since the classic cartoon from the 90s, many people have always wondered how it would like in a live-action medium. 20 years later, Disney presented us with its own version with Mulan, and with it comes various opinions about it.
From the staff who worked on the excellent anime series Anohana, came a film that is different yet also similar to their past work spiritually. The Anthem of the Heart tells a story that deals with normalities and realisms of life with a touch of creativity with musical.
The Joker(2019)’s actor seems to like to act as characters that are moody and often speak much lesser dialogue than normal people. And in You Were Never Really Here, he shows that he is truly an actor that prides himself on acting rather than just talking.
Adam Sandler, the poster guy for many B-rated American comedies did something very unexpected in this film. For once, Uncut Gems reveals that he himself is truly a gem in disguise when it comes to playing something beyond what he’s famous for.
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.