1. Onward Movie Review : An emotionally magical journey with humour and thrills.
Review: Ian (Tom Holland) and Barley Lightfoot (Chris Pratt) are the two teenage elves living with their mother Laurel (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) in New Mushroomton. It’s a fantasy world where technology has replaced magic in the lives of its unique and mythical inhabitants ดูหนังฟรี.
While Ian is socially awkward and low on confidence, his elder brother is loud and imposing with his love for magic and the old world charm. Just before Ian’s sixteenth birthday, the boys receive a wizard staff from their dead father that can bring him back for 24 hours.
This sets them off on an emotional yet exciting and adventurous journey that is full of magic and madness.
Director Dan Scanlon starts slow by giving us a peek into the now ordinary lives of these extraordinary creatures. But once the adventure begins, there’s barely a dull moment.
Even with all the fun and action, the film’s emotional quotient stays on top. So much that it becomes quite the tearjerker towards the end.
2. The Invisible Man Movie Review : A tense and deeply unsettling reboot.
The Invisible Man Review: Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss) has had enough of the abusive relationship with a brilliant and wealthy scientist Adrian (Oliver Jackson-Cohen).
One night, she decides to leave him, and escapes with the help of her sister Emily (Harriet Dyer). To live with their childhood friend James (Aldis Hodge) and his teenage daughter Sydney (Storm Reid).
But after her sociopath ex is found dead, Cecilia believes an invisible man is hunting her. She feels she’s losing her mind as she starts seeing things that no one else can.
3. Little Women Movie Review : An honest and relevant adaptation of a classic bestseller.
REVIEW: A writer, a sketch artist, an aspiring actress and a budding pianist. All four March sisters are gifted with a unique talent, but they live in the times where the only two choices for women are marriage and death.
Writer-director Greta Gerwig leads with a scene where the film’s protagonist Jo (Saoirse Ronan) is trying to sell her first story to a newspaper editor.
In her very first scene, Gerwig successfully establishes the staggering prejudice that Jo is up against, as a woman. But that is no dampener for Jo, whose fiery spirit to follow her dreams and live independently will resonate with women even today.