No Country for Old Men (2007)

There are over 1700 movie reviews on this blog. I’d say the majority of the time, I complain about how slow-paced movies are not for me and my scores usually reflect those feelings. No Country for Old Men will definitely be an exception to the rule.  I’ve seen this movie once in my life and … More No Country for Old Men (2007)

Soul (2020)

Soul was another 2020 summer blockbuster that got pushed to the end of the calendar year. Originally slated as a theatre release, Soul found its way to Disney+ on Christmas Day.  Joe (Jamie Foxx) is a talented music teacher who is also an amazing jazz piano player. He is just waiting to catch a break … More Soul (2020)

Parkland (2013)

I’ve always admired the history of the United States. If I had to pick an area that most fascinated me, it would be the Presidency. John F. Kennedy became the 35th President of the United States in January 1960. When asked who my favourite historical person was, I always say it was Kennedy. Just because … More Parkland (2013)

The Game (1997)

The Game came out in 1997, which means I’ve had over two decades to deconstruct this movie time and time again. Even viewing this crazy story today, I still don’t quite understand the finer details of it all. As a fan of Michael Douglas’s career, the only thing I learnt from this particular role is … More The Game (1997)

Red Eye (2005)

It is hard to create a compelling drama on an airplane. The environment is very tight, and there isn’t much room to move and perform. Those shortcomings didn’t stop Wes Craven from giving us another thrill ride.  Rachel McAdams is Lisa, a hotel manager, who is on a flight with a good looking guy named … More Red Eye (2005)