Review – Good Boys

“We’re in sixth grade now. We need to start doing sixth-grade things.” – Max Three 6th grade boys who ditch school, embark on an epic journey while carrying accidentally stolen drugs, and try to make their way home in time for a long-awaited party. This premise sounds like a hit or miss, and even produced […]

Review – Downton Abbey

“It’s 1927, we’re modern folk.” – Bertie Pelham It’s been almost four years, since the final episode of Downton Abbey aired on television and we had to say goodbye to the Crawley family. Who would’ve thought, there was more to explore and another story to tell? As things usually turn out after a successful series, […]

Review – Unbelievable

“If the truth is inconvenient, they don’t believe it. Even if they really care about you…“ You can say what you want about Netflix, but you can’t deny they have the best slate of series out there. The platform drops new high profile shows on a weekly basis, it seems like they’ve figured out what […]

Review – The Farewell

Based on an Actual Lie Lulu Wang‘s story of an independent Chinese-American woman returning to China when her beloved grandmother is diagnosed with terminal cancer, is nothing less but captivating. From the very first shot inside a hospital, the director invites you to tag along with this Chinese family, while they struggle to keep the […]

Review – The Angry Birds Movie 2

“We’re going to need a bigger slingshot.” – Leonard Worldwide mobile game phenomenon Angry Birds got turned into an animated film back in 2016, which grossed over 5x its budget. The 21st century is known for its need of franchises, so three years later we are getting its very simply titled sequel – The Angry […]

Review – It Chapter Two

“This meeting of the Losers Club has officially begun.” – Richie Tozier The sequel to the 2017 box office success ‘It‘ starts exactly where it left off. Almost no explanatory flashbacks to the situations the Losers Club got themselves into, fighting the terrifying Pennywise. Only difference in ‘It Chapter Two‘ – they’re all grown up […]

Review – Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Can YOU say ‘extreme neurotoxicity’? – Dora Everyone knows Dora The Explorer! Dora is a young Hispanic girl, exploring the wilderness and fantasy-like destinations with her monkey Boots, who wears… red boots. With her bottomless talking backpack and magical map, they sing and dance to get to their goals and break the fourth wall, teaching […]

Review – GLOW – Season 3

‘A new city to wrestle with’ The Glorious Ladies of Wrestling are back! And this time, they’re doing it live in Vegas. The women are living together in the Fan-Tan, an off-Strip hotel and casino – the perfect excuse for one-nights stands with hot valets. They’re out of inspiration and this is affecting their performances on stage. […]

Review – Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan

‘A true story of ordinary boys who become extraordinary men.’ Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan tells the story of a group of Australian troops in Vietnam. It’s 1966, Major Smith (Travis Fimmel) is tired of taking care of (mostly) teenage soldiers, and requests to be transferred. His officer (Richard Roxburgh) denies this request and sends […]

Review – The Boys – Season 1

Everywhere you look these days, it’s all about superheroes – tv, cinema, comics, toys, cosplay… Every person on the planet has heard of Batman or Spider-Man, these fictional vigilantes are so embedded into pop culture that it’s hard to think of a world without these characters. Some websites and fan fiction even show we’re at […]