Abdul Moeed Qurishi

Abdul Moeed Qurishi

Favorite films

  • I Saw the Devil
  • The Housemaid
  • Candyman
  • Oculus

Recent activity

  • The Woman in the Window


  • Normal People


  • The Prince of Egypt


  • Dobaara: See Your Evil


Recent reviews

  • The Woman in the Window

    The Woman in the Window

    “You just can't see a movie with this much talent in casting go wrong however Netflix Woman in the Window does exactly that.”

    A Hitchcock-inspired movie that doesn’t hold all the cards strong. Even with beautiful cinematography, Amy Adams, and an interesting premise, Netflix’s Woman In The Window is a tedious thriller drama that is awfully uneventful. It is a junky story, that follows Anna (Adams) who can't leave her house however she witnesses a murder down the street and…

  • Normal People

    Normal People


    “A very mature and contemporary romance story. In Normal People, there is disconcerting beauty, wrenching honesty. Its personal and intimate thanks to newcomers Edgar-Jones and Mescal who illuminate the careful, vulnerable intricacies of the youth, heartbreak, and loss.”

    Normal People follows Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) and Connell (Paul Mescal) and their different family backgrounds as they fall in love. Stretched out in a 12 episode format the story is very deep, slow, and romantic. There is hardly any other character or…

Popular reviews

  • Aliens



    "Like its predecessor Aliens is a genre-defining movie, James Cameron changes tone from horror to action but doesn't hurt the roots of lore. it's an exciting and well-made film."

    A prime example of how a sequel should be this is everything Alien was not, but don’t get me wrong Ridley Scott’s Alien was a still amazing movie a genre and franchise-defining film yet James Cameron is a visionary director and he loves science fiction films, his Terminator is the example…

  • Blade Runner

    Blade Runner


    “As sci-fi movies go Blade Runner is nor cheesy nor filled with action rather it lets its unique and promising storytelling do the work, all with Ridley Scott’s mesmerizing direction and hypnotic realistic visuals. Around every other sci-fi dystopian movie is one way or another influenced by Blade Runner, it's not just classic it's more than that.”

    Usually, back in the day whenever the film had science fiction elements, the film would become highly predictable and mostly about the dystopian…