i dont have fixed personality cus its 80% based on the last movie i watched
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is a heckin load of fun! The fact that we grew up with many Sam Raimi movies makes the whole experience feel like a thrilling nostalgia. We enjoyed the horror elements the most though, because hell, what are the chances of getting a genuinely creepy flick in an MCU franchise?
The jumpscares, gore, body horror, even down to the camera works took us back to the good old styles of Evil Dead or…
A good shonen is still a good shonen despite its flaws. Jujutsu Kaisen 0 is a treat that will excite both long time fans and new viewer. The story is easy to follow, well paced, and the action animation is truly a cherry on top.
From the get go we are introduced to Yuta Okkotsu, a boy who is followed by a cursed spirit who's initially a familiar relative of his. The journey of controlling his power makes him end…
PARASITE WAS ABSOLUTELY BONKERS!
genre-bending at its finest, with twist and turns that will make your stomach churn. while it labels itself as family tragicomedy, it certainly manages to leap over the boundaries that are usually set by conventional formulas. parasite is giddy at one moment and overwhelmingly intense the next. it makes you laugh and also uncomfortable since you can viscerally feel that something else is lurking in the corner. something unexpectedly dark, disturbing, and secretive.
i find it…
Controversial opinion but I feel like Joker could've been a masterpiece had it been directed by someone who actually knows how to weave a story and not waste Joaquin Phoenix's godly potential. The lack of nuance to contextualise the issues made the movie seem like a desperate yet pretentious attempt to be taken seriously while it never really sets its footing on a solid ground. Yes, the world is fucked up and society rarely treats anyone fairly--but the message it…