Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman Review

Fresh. Magnificent. Mesmerizing. These are three of the most used adjectives for Wonder Woman, the fourth installment of the DC Extended Universe franchise by Warner Brothers.  Standing at 92% on Rotten Tomatoes, certain people, especially those who backlashed critics after the letters buried both Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad (even though this last one was objectively a bad movie), […]

Pirates of the caribbean

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Review

The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise is one of the most beloved in the last two decades. From The Curse of the Black Pearl, people fell in love with the incredible scenario Verbinski put up (well, it basically is Monkey Island, so take it as you wish). People fell in love with the characters, one in particular, Captain Jack […]

King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword

King Arthur: Legend of The Sword Review

King Arthur: Legend of The Sword is not a bad movie. This is the first thing that I wanted to get out of the way because critics really beat it down worse than Lesnar beatdown Mir. It really doesn’t deserve a 28% on Rotten Tomatoes. Not that Guy Ritchie movies are famous for being critics friendly. […]

Alien: Covenant

Alien: Covenant Review (or what happens when fanbases complain)

It’s a recurring joke on the ‘net that Prometheus is one of the most inconsistent scripts of all time. Bad character, bad dialogues, a nonsensical plot: everything is shit. Of course, these complaints come from the hardcore Alien fanbase and generally speaking fanbases commit to ruin the franchise the fanbase is fan of: the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy is nowhere nearly as […]

Ghost in the Shell

Ghost In The Shell Review: the commercial version of the cult Anime is here

Ghost In The Shell is one of the most beloved anime on the face of the earth. The original movie, based on the omonimous manga, was released in 1995, and it was praised for its ambiguity regarding the characters and the mystery of the story. The film was explaining basically nothing but just narrating through […]

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Life Review: Gravity meets Alien in an unoriginal yet entertaining Sci-Fi flick

Life is directed by Daniel Espinosa, half Chilean half Swedish filmmaker who is it at his third Hollywood film after 3 Swedish movie and after a quite big European production.  Like his heritage, this movie also seem to be the child of two other sci-fi flicks: Alien, and Gravity. It’s clear why 20 minutes in. In that amount of […]

Kong: Skull Island Review, the King is back in a stylish thrill-ride

There’s no secret that Kong: Skull Island had nothing in common with the three previous versions (1933, 1976, 2005) but the ape’s name and the location’s name. Everything else is completely different and somewhat fresh to us, probably not so much to Japanese audience, as they made multiple films with Kong either as a protagonist or as […]

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Beauty and the Beast Review: so much hype for an average adaptation

If this version of Beauty and the Beast had its director curing the first hour and 40 minutes with the same inventive they had for the extravagant third act, we would probably talk about a movie for the ages. Goes without saying we’re not.  The first act of the movie completely lacks the mystery that made the opening […]

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The Great Wall Review: a decent yet useless showcase of Hollywood/China synergy

I always had some problems with The Great Wall since its very first (and most popular) trailer. If you remember well, the trailers were showing China at war on a battlefield around the great wall. Than Matt Damon shows up with some voice over in American accent, and the paw of a monster does as well. […]