Infinite (2021)

I really appreciate Antoine Fuqua’s career as a director. From the beloved classic Training Day to the highly entertaining The Equalizer films, Fuqua has demonstrated skillful handling of action sequences. As expected, Infinite delivers several fighting scenes and car chases, mostly riveting and quite enjoyable. The third act gets extremely over-the-top concerning the action set pieces, which are only tolerable due to a special yet … Continue reading Infinite (2021)

Mortal Kombat (2021)

Great action and fight choreography as was to be expected from a movie with this title, special effects regarding characters and their abilities were also very well done especially considering the budget constraints this movie had. Storyline was predictable from the beginning and the writing itself isn’t gonna win any awards, characters say their catchphrases from the games in key moments of the film, however, … Continue reading Mortal Kombat (2021)

Daredevil Netflix Webseries

As a long term comic book nerd, and a huge fan of the Marvel cinematic universe and television properties – I wasn’t sure what to make of the proposed Street Heroes development deal with Netflix, especially in light of the history with those characters in film (Affleck’s disappointing Daredevil in particular). I was however pleasantly optimistic from the teaser releases. I am breath taken with … Continue reading Daredevil Netflix Webseries

Okja (2017)

Outright and audacious, Bong Joon-Ho’s Netflix feature Okja might be one of the funniest films about animal and industry abuse that I’ll ever see. Combining a proper sense of quirkiness and wit, the film’s clever message resonated through me even after watching it. I wouldn’t call it a piece of vegetarian propaganda, though I can see why people find it too preachy to be entertaining. … Continue reading Okja (2017)

Wanted (2008)

Putting it bluntly, ‘WANTED’ was a rather formulaic and predictable outing. A loserly, office shut-in with the help of a hot babe learns about his past and is suddenly thrust into the world of assassination, a world of flipping cars, extreme gun fights, and mind-altering stunts, thus shedding every bit of his shy, weak self. This we’ve all seen before. Where ‘WANTED’ stands apart from … Continue reading Wanted (2008)


The Stone Quarry produces this film that is written by Zack Snyder, Shay Hatten and Joby Harold. The film is directed by Zack Snyder. The plot of the film is what you have seen in a thousand Hollywood films, the only difference here being its setting in an “undead” script. In a free fall recitation the screenplay plays one note throughout with the usual emotional … Continue reading ARMY OF THE DEAD – MOVIE REVIEW(NETFLIX)