Destined to be venomously dissected by hardcore fans, and indifferently regarded by everyone else.
'Line Walker' substitutes nuanced underworld intrigue with often laughable bombast and plot twists that will make your head spin but won’t blow your mind.
Michael Keaton’s portrayal of self-proclaimed McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc brims with his signature charisma, keeping this insightful biopic entertaining even when it gets mired in business jargon.
Although not quite matching up to the brilliance of The Conjuring, this sequel still delivers with satisfying scares, a breakthrough performance by the young Wolfe and a vivid retelling of not one but two horrifying house hauntings for the price of one horror movie ticket.

Wild Card – Review

WILD CARD purports itself to be “character-driven”, which is becoming something of a buzz-phrase for action movies.

Tracers – Review

Taylor Lautner’s appeal has always been that he’s more like a puppy than a guard dog and in 'Tracers', the tattoos and scruffy facial hair he sports feel very much like merely superficial traits.
Fidget-inducing rather than provocative or alluring, 'Sex Doll' is a dull portrait of a high-end prostitute’s life.

Attack On Titan – Review

If one decides to ignore the source material or has never been exposed to it in the first place, then 'Attack On Titan' actually scores on many fronts.
An outlier in the widely popular based-on-a-true-story genre, “Only The Brave” will make you laugh and tear through exceptional storytelling, meaningful character arcs and stellar performances.
'Chongqing Hotpot' is unabashedly popcorn-y, a veritable smorgasbord of elements representing cinema at its most entertaining and escapist (or some would say lowbrow and shallow). Leave logic at the door and strap in for the ride.
You’re in for a heartwarming yet dark adventure as "Breathe" inspires while giving a rude awakening to those struggling with first-world problems.
A bog-standard historical biopic, "Churchill" features Cox giving it his best shot to play the iconic Briton, but it fails to drum up much urgency or strike an emotional chord.

Swing Kids (스잉키즈) (2018) – Review

The Low-Down: Swing Kids is South Korean hitmaker Kang Hyeong-cheol’s new film set during the 1950s...

Captain Marvel’s Stars Coming To Singapore This February!

Yes! Brie Larson (who plays the titular Captain Marvel), Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), Gemma Chan...

Escape Room (2019) – Review

The Low-Down: What happens when an escape room game’s stakes involve death? That’s the central premise...

Second Act (2018) – Review

The Low-Down: Pop diva Jennifer Lopez plays Maya, a 40-year-old assistant sales manager of a Value...

Default (국가부도의 날) (2018) – Review

The Low-Down: Default is the first South Korean film to depict the true events of the...