Sports drama film have always been popular worldwide, as it resonates easily with the audience of different countries. And Going Vertical is exactly that for the Russian audience, especially regarding the heroic win over the USA in the 1972 Munich Olympic.
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Teen Spirit is a film that chronicles something that is very relatable to us. With the common trope of becoming a superstar, this film has already told you roughly half of the pretty predictable plot. So what really sets it apart?
Man, Thai romance films have always been a hit among the Asians. This is due to the number of factors such as similar culture but more importantly, a touching relatable premise. And Friend Zone is another one of them that appears this year from the land of smiles!
X-Men sure has come a long way when the first instalment was released in 2000, that was 19 years ago! And Dark Phoenix is the 12th and also the final movie in this series which is produced by 20th Century Fox, since the whole franchise has been bought back by Marvel and Disney earlier this year.
Godzilla has always been one of the most recognisable monster, or kaiju, that spreads since its creation in the Land of the Rising Sun. And since the 2014 remake film debut, it has now returned in Godzilla: King of the Monsters, this time with many more Titans appearing to fight for the alpha throne.
Dragon Ball can be considered one of the classics in Japanese animation that remains popular to this day. And Dragon Ball Super: Broly is the symbol of its longevity since the series was created decades ago. Now, the film brought back one of the most iconic antagonists in the series but with a different interpretation.
Pokémon has actually appeared on the silver screens since decades ago, starting from Pokémon: The First Movie. Now, 21 years later, we are presented with the first live action entry in the series with Detective Pikachu!
Leave No Trace is a film that is directed by Debra Garnik and is also written by her and Anne Roselline. The whole premise is adapted from a novel titled My Abandonment by Peter Rock. It stars Ben Foster as a dad with PTSD and Thomasin McKenzie as his daughter.