Category Archives: Movies/Reviews


Searching (2018) – Review

27 September 2018


  Presented primarily through the device screens of David Kim (John Cho, Harold And Kumar, Star Trek), a distraught father whose daughter goes missing, Searching challenges traditional cinema with just selfie camera footage and computer scree

Monstrum (물괴) (2018) – Review

20 September 2018


  Based on the Joseon Dynasty’s historical records of a mysterious mutant monster in the 1500s during King Joong Jong’s reign, Monstrum is a monster film similar to the likes of Netflix’s Okja and Rampage. Fans of huge beasts ripping hu

The Predator (2018) – Review

13 September 2018


  A reboot/sequel of the first Predator back in 1987, The Predator is set in the present day and decades after the humans’ first encounter with the predator species. A predator’s space shuttle crashes in New Mexico, and U.S. sniper Quinn

The Spy Gone North (공작) (2018) – Review

6 September 2018


  Unlike your typical Hollywood spy movies such as the James Bond and Kingsman franchise, The Spy Gone North (공장/Gongjak) is a slow and plot-heavy political drama-thriller based on real-life events without a single action sequence in its

Peppermint (2018) – Review

6 September 2018


  Hero, criminal, vigilante, or all the above? Jennifer Garner (Daredevil, Juno) plays Riley North, a widow-turned-serial-killer out for the blood of the drug lord Diego Garcia (Juan Pablo Raba) who gunned down her husband and daughter at a t

Kin (2018) – Review

30 August 2018


  Kin centres on Eli (Myles Truitt), a 14-year-old adopted by down-to-earth but strict father, Hal (Dennis Quaid, G.I. Joe). Eli picks up scrap metal from junkyards around the city of Detroit to sell and make some side money. Hal’s biolo

Crazy Rich Asians (2018) – Review

22 August 2018


Director Jon Chu and source novel writer Kevin Kwan rejected a gigantic payday offer from Netflix to roll the dice on the big screen. To the surprise of most, Crazy Rich Asians went on to make about US$34 million over its opening weekend and genera

Mile 22 (2018) – Review

16 August 2018


  Packed with elaborate gunfights and intricate close combats, Mile 22 constantly delivers high-impact action — apart from the monologues from an obnoxiously cocky CIA operative, James “Jimmy” Silva (Mark Wahlberg, Deepwater Horizon, Lo

The Meg (2018) – Review

9 August 2018


  Featuring a star-studded cast — Jason Statham (Fast 7 & 8, The Expendables franchise), Ruby Rose (John Wick 2, Netflix’s Orange Is The New Black), and Li Bingbing (Transformers, Resident Evil) — and a massive budget of US$150 mill

The Darkest Minds (2018) – Review

2 August 2018


  IAAN (Idiopathic Adolescent Acute Neurodegeneration) is a mysterious pandemic that kills off more than 90% of America’s children (and supposedly, children from the rest of the world as well), leaving the surviving kids with super(in)human

Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings (狄仁杰之四大天王) (2018) – Review

26 July 2018


  Director-writer Tsui Hark returns with a third instalment of the Detective Dee series with Mark Chao, Carina Lau, Feng Shao Feng, and Lin Geng Xin reprising their roles of Detective Dee (“Wuxia Sherlock Holmes”), power-hungry Empress Wu

Sicario: The Day Of The Soldado (2018) – Review

19 July 2018


  CIA agent Matt Graver (Academy Award Nominee Josh Brolin, Cable in Deadpool 2) and Mexican hired gun Alejandro Gillick (Academy Award Winner Benicio del Toro, The Collector in Avengers) are back in this supposed sequel to the highly-acclaim


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