Shang-Chi and The Legend of Ten Rings Movie Review

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It has been 2 years since a Marvel film came out to the theatres. Black Widow was supposed to be the one to follow Endgame(2019), but sadly due to COVID restrictions, it was released on Disney+Hotstar. Naturally, I was supercharged for this but still had my fingers crossed because some moments from the trailer reminded me of The Iron Fist on Netflix. That was a horrible show, scoring below par in everything from writing to the authenticity of action sequences. ... 

The Umbrella Academy Season 2 Review

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The superhero genre has exploded with many shows and films coming up in the last few years. So it is a huge challenge for any show/film in this genre to create its own space. Hence, The Umbrella Academy deserves big applause for doing it not once but twice.  ... 

The Old Guard Movie Review


The Old Guard is the latest film to enter the Netflix Original family and is one of many films/tv shows adapted from graphic novels. The film starts off in an almost poetic fashion. The first frame shows us Andy (Charlize) lying dead with her partners, a flashlight illuminating her blood spattered face. That face has now turned pale as she lies there, cold, and drained of blood, owing to the bullet holes all across her body. The voiceover starts with Andy talking about how every time she dies, she wonders if this will be the last time, or, will she get up again. The scene cuts to broken walls and small lanes. Camera pans to the back of Andy walking across and at the same time, we hear Madalen Duke’s beautiful song ‘Born Alone, Die Alone’ in the background. Another cut and we finally see the title of the film, one word at a time.  ...