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  • Onward



    While Onward is undoubtedly on the lower side of films to come out from Pixar Studios, I was still pleasantly surprised in how well executed this whole film is in many fundamental aspects that Pixar put to considerable use once more in their first original motion picture in three years.

    The specific story itself involves two elf brothers from this more magical-like turned modern world, voiced by none other than Tom Holland and Chris Pratt, as they both set out…

  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man


    A top-notch reimagining of the classic the Invisible Man story with it ideally having Leigh Whannell's own specialty take on the visionary concept. The film itself is done just about right as it utilizes the clever function of the skillful modernization to the distinct notion of having the power of invisibility, as it strikes all the precise notes on what it needed to be as a whole.

    Right from the get-go, the eerie atmospheric tension is already established as we…

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  • Happy Death Day

    Happy Death Day


    Though several of the twists and turns were slightly obvious at points, Happy Death Day nevertheless makes for an incredibly fun, light-hearted dark comedy slasher that beneficially uses the unique time-loop notion seen time and time again to a rather invigorating measure here.

    The PG-13 rating implemented on the film itself fortunately doesn't fault it that much as the film is considerably more focused on bringing in the legitimate laughs and also giving most of the main characters the proper…

  • Upgrade



    Strikingly brilliant and proficiently engrossing just about all the way through, Leigh Whannell's Upgrade masterfully blends elements of sci-fi, action, and subdued body horror to create one of the most unexpectedly exciting and quite original films in recent memory.

    Thrilling action set-pieces, remarkably impressive camerawork throughout, aesthetically pleasing futuristic visuals, and a charming, career-best performance put forth by the lead Logan Marshall-Green here are all the first-class factors that undoubtedly make Upgrade definitively work to a surprisingly distinguished degree across the board all in part due to Whannell's relatively imaginative direction in this.

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  • Green Room

    Green Room


    While this particular film did feel a tad bit underwhelming as a whole, Green Room is still a more than serviceable and fairly authentic horror-thriller that adequately provides plenty of thrills to grip one while watching it as it moves along at a lively pace after a rather sluggish outset.

    Having Patrick Stewart to be the ultimate big bad in this who leads an established group of Neo-Nazis is definitely one of the more inspired casting choices out there, and…

  • The Silence of the Lambs

    The Silence of the Lambs


    Tense, exhilarating, and exceedingly well-made in just about almost every aspect there is, The Silence of the Lambs is undoubtedly one of the most finest horror-thrillers ever crafted as it brings forth a considerable measure of components of profound uncertainty on board that can just about unsettle practically anyone out there.

    Though these unnerving moments don't exactly start right away, they no doubt inevitably happen as the film goes on as the viewer is masterfully introduced to two renowned characters…