Till The End Of The World (2018)

Bearing the distinction of being the first film shot – at least partly – in Antarctica, Wu You Yin’s Till the End of the World follows Wu Fuchun (Mark Chao), a successful businessman on his way to Antarctica for a bold publicity stunt. On the small plane he chartered is Jing Ruyi (Yang Zishan), a scientist on her way to a polar station to study … Continue reading Till The End Of The World (2018)

Doctor John (2019)

This is one of the two dramas that I binge-watch to deathπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚( the other one is Arthdal Chronicles). I finished this at 4:30 am.😁 My reasons? I love Ji Sung πŸ–€πŸ–€πŸ–€πŸ–€πŸ–€πŸ–€. I first saw him in Kill Me, Heal Me and I instantly become a huge fan. He’s so good in acting and he didn’t disappoint me not even once. I find medical drama interesting. … Continue reading Doctor John (2019)

Villains (2019)

“Villains” is a long-awaited indie from two filmmakers I’ve been rooting for ever since their overlooked debut feature “Body” back in 2015 – Dan Berk and Robert Olsen. After that came their decent follow-up to “Stake Land” in 2016 & Now “Villains” – their absolute best so far. A quirky, wild and demented horror comedy, supported strongly by four amazing performances, pleasant and polished cinematography … Continue reading Villains (2019)

Never Back Down: No Surrender (2016)

1. Big fan of Michael Jai White, which I made clear in my other reviews, especially Blood and Bone, which is a must-see. Called him “the most under-utilized MMA asset in Hollywood.” 2. Guess he got tired of waiting for a phone call, because MJW as “director” cast himself in Never Back Down 2 which, for a low budget effort, was a really tight little … Continue reading Never Back Down: No Surrender (2016)

Out of the Furnace (2013)

When I saw the cast list, I knew there would be some wonderful performances, but I was surprised at how they uniformly surpassed my expectations. I believe it’s Bale’s best work so far, and that’s saying something. Likewise with Affleck, Harrelson and Saldana. The rest of the cast was wonderful as well. There is one scene in particular (I won’t spoil it here) where an … Continue reading Out of the Furnace (2013)


NISHABDAM(SILENCE) – MOVIE REVIEWS (AMAZON) Produced by Kona Venkat and written and directed by Hemant Madhukar. NISHABDAM is a multi lingual in Telugu and Tamil. Entirely shot in the US, the film is a supposedly thriller that begins and ends as dull and boring as it can get. The script is poorly written and the characters are so inconsistent that they change colours in a … Continue reading NISHABDAM(SILENCE) – MOVIE REVIEWS (AMAZON)


SERIOUS MEN – MOVIE REVIEW (NETFLIX) A NETFLIX original, SERIOUS MEN is a film based on Manu Joseph’s book SERIOUS MEN. Produced by Bombay Fables and Cineraas Entertainment the film is directed by Sudhir Mishra.The film has everything that we are used to in postmodern Indian films, the ridicule of religion( no guesses which one), the caste card, rich poor divide, failed education system, foolish … Continue reading SERIOUS MEN – MOVIE REVIEW (NETFLIX)