The Suicide Squad delivers James Gunn most polished work with a violent, anarchic contemptuous humour that surprisingly has a lot of heart.
Movie Genre: Action
Kingdom: Ashin of The North (2021): Unncessary Special Still Able to Put on Par With Its Main Series
‘Kingdom: Ashin of The North’ might seems to be an unnecessary special, but able to fulfill audience curiosity with an engaging narrative and satisfying visuals.
A visual treat of color and action sequences with deep characterization, deep characterization and philosophy, Zhang Yimou’s Hero exceed the boundaries of Wuxia genre through its heart and emotion into a near masterpiece.
F9 is a rare proof that bigger is better with over-the-top, albeit unrealistic physics defying action sequences and some surprising family drama.
“Demon Slayer: Mugen Train” is a film that would satisfy fan for its action sequence, but that doesn’t mean casual audience could be entertained by its mesmerizing animation and emotional core it provided.
Mortal Kombat will definitely satisfy fan through its fan-service delivery of characters and fatality gore (FINALLY!). But for casual audience who for the very least comes for the stunning action sequences will left utterly disappointed.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League is a vast improvement over the theatrical cut with better characterization and a more polished direction that made the superhero gathering more epic than ever, although the 4-hour running time could potentially hurt some viewers.
A revolutionary film by bringing traditional “pencak silat” story the first time in Indonesia film industry with beautiful cinematography and exotic production that is unfortunately bogged down by editing and plot issues which can’t bring the glory to the top league.
WW84 still come back with 3rd act, bombastic CGI, plot holes and uninteresting dialogue. But Patty Jenkins created what other comic-book superhero films almost didn’t have; a compelling characters and villains (especially Pedro Pascal performance), making WW84 a vast improvement over the first.