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Moon Knight

Moon Knight 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 7.6/10
 
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama
 
Language: Hindi(ORG) + English(ORG)
 
Release Year: 2022
 
Creator: Doug Moench

Stars Cast: Oscar Isaac, Ethan Hawke, May Calamawy

 Moon Knight Screenshots

 

 Moon Knight Review

 
I have seen many reviews that Steven Grant's (Oscar Isaac) English version is bad. As an English boy I would say it is not too bad, given it is not surprising though. What I want to point out is that Steven is not the original character of the character and instead the personality that was later developed with dissociative identity disorder - Marc Specter is the first personality mentioned and most referenced in the first episode. Marc is an American mercenary (sorry if that was a spoiler but mentioned in the episode) so when he switches to Steven the body has to put in an English dictionary so that what is right and logical would not be perfect. . That is also an American show so they will be less likely to start that.

I have also seen a lot of reviews say that nothing is really explained or revealed in the first episode and people are giving 1 star from this. Obviously some people like different things but I think this is wrong as the whole point is that we do not know what is going on so we get things as Steven Grant does- there must be an element of confusion and mystery to show his status. WENZA. Plus it’s also the first episode so you wouldn’t expect them to reveal everything and present all of his clues with an hour-long episode, there would be no time to build their characters and it would be dark.

All in all I think people focus on the wrong parts of the system when reviewing it and need to let the story be told and things are understood in advance rather than expecting everything to be given to you on the first plate served, as it were.

Panfilov’s 28

Panfilov’s 28 [2016]

 
IMDb Ratings: 6.8/10
 
Genres: Action, Drama, History
 
Language: Hindi(ORG) + English(ORG)
 
Release Year: 2016

Director: Kim Druzhinin, Andrey Shalopa

Stars Cast: Maksim Abrosimov, Sergey Agafonov, Pavel Aseev

 Panfilov’s 28 Screenshots

 

 Panfilov’s 28 Review

 
I usually prefer to talk about the film, what is on the screen and not about what is happening and what is being said in it, but I will do a little differently.

Russia produces many war films and many national films as the main ingredient (sometimes only). There is an understandable exhaustion of these films (just as some are tired of a comic book or heroic films) so people now give less points to any war film, no matter what the advantage.

Russia also has a lot of people who like to see Russian films fail. Russia produces a lot of trash and cash-grab (popsa) films so you have people who call everything that comes out of Russia pops and want to see it fail.

No, this film is not an office failure or a financial failure. Yes, the budget has not been widely reported, (which is strange when looking at people who want to see big budget films) but it seems to have recouped its money. One cannot compare it to American films with big budgets, star power, English profits, etc.

Without the intruders, the film tells of a war, or a series of wars, between the Nazi Germany Panzer class and the Soviet (Russian and Kazakh) defenses. If you are looking for a love story, you have come to the wrong place. If you are looking for a hero, you have come to the wrong place. Rambo did it all by himself, bringing down the Wehrmacht and killing Hitler himself? Wrong place.

The film was removed from the Soviet Union, reducing references to Stalin, red flags, Marxism, Communism, etc. People seem to disagree with that and feel that this point makes this film a 1/10 film.

The fact is that protecting the trench protects the trench. It does not make any difference whether a person acts for a union of the republics (USSR) or a particular republic (RSFSR). In this case, the soldiers were protecting (the road to) Moscow and it was not true that they were protecting Russia. Yugoslav WW2 films also have people talking about taking over / defending certain regions (Slavonia, Vojvodina, Kosovo, Serbia, etc.) and that doesn't really mean they were denying Yugoslavia's existence.

It is not that the film was not removed from the Soviet Union. It exists, but it is not so big. People still called each other comrade, and yes, there were not many flags and hammers and scissors, but this was a unit that did not supply well, without both men, guns, ammunition and goods.

Production prices are very high and this film does not have the TV enthusiasm for many Russian films and shows.

The Russians were not presented as good people, and the Nazis were not portrayed as bad. There is no need for that. We know who he is. This was like two boxers in a ring - "that's where we are now. Let's solve this."

It is dark, without depression and stress. It is violent without disgust.

It has professional simulation work, professional camera work, official lighting, sound and CGI.

The text is not very deep because this is a film about men protecting a trench. He is willing to do one thing and do it very well.

Fantastic Beasts 3

Fantastic Beasts 3 [2022]

 
IMDb Ratings: 6.6/10
 
Genres: Adventure, Family, Fantasy
 
Language: Hindi + English
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: David Yates

Stars Cast: Jude Law, Cara Mahoney, Mads Mikkelsen

 Fantastic Beasts 3 Screenshots

 

 Fantastic Beasts 3 Review

 
To the delight of the result, the third entry into the Fantastic Beasts franchise (a franchise that seems to exist with support but without dedicated fans or big fans) is a significant development in the worst case scenario of the 2018 Crimes of Grindelwald, even if Harry Potter is a veteran. director David Yates has yet to find the real magic of reviving this world of witches' property to a level that can compete in the same space as the popular films that preceded J's place. K Rowling.

We’re getting less and less about the great animals that started Eddie Redmayne’s premier game from 2016 and more about trying to attract the audience with enthusiasm with the basic basics known as Hogwarts and Albus Dumbledore who are very common in this regard. the latest release, you can see the battle between Fantastic Beasts trying to figure out what it really is and who owns it and its battle not clearly won at the end of this third episode, making it a sometimes frustrating feeling at times. you can still entertain at a decent level.

Without a clear identity or even a character we can truly call ours, as Redmayne’s Newt Scamander begins to make his own shtick here and yet feels like someone watching what’s happening around him, with Mads Mikkelsen’s Grindelwald new addition growing stronger. and his old friend Dumbledore trying to put together a crack crew to help thwart his plans, Fantastic Beasts has been cut off due to its inability to focus its attention on the arc of a particular story or character, with its distorted gray sets, dark themes and complex themes. feeling like I had no magic on film that may have finally managed to break the chains that were expected to allow it to fly by inventing something and spark.

There are glimpses of such things here, prison escapes and short moments spent back in the Hogwarts halls but in most of the two-hour films and running time there are not many memorable moments brought to Yates' film, which is non-existent. it means it’s as awkward or uncooperative as it was with most of Grindelwald’s crimes but it still makes you wish someone wouldn’t take this place and turn it into a great series that could be, something that is impossible now with two films left.

While it is not encouraging to drop jaws or awesome colds, there is still an undeniable cinematic beauty in Rowling's magical universe and there is a feeling here that Dumbledore built his ragtag group of infantry and Mikkelsen gave Grindelwald a huge amount of threat and shock. strength, however, is still hopeful that the final chapters of Rowling's middle-tier and seemingly unpopular property are still at a level that will ensure that we leave the Fantastic Beasts series without worrying about the ways but not being upset about what happened in our beloved country. witchdoctors, witches and muggles (and an unusual animal or two).

Last Say -

Still far from Harry Potter's short films, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore is a small step back to the right path that follows the crime of the last entry and while not shocking at all. , is a passing diversion of anyone with a past interest in the Harry Potter cannon.

3 crabs walk in 5

For more reviews see Jordan and Eddie (The Movie Guys)

The Batman

The Batman 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 8.3/10
 
Genres: Action, Crime, Drama
 
Language: Hindi + English
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Matt Reeves

Stars Cast: Robert Pattinson, Zoë Kravitz, Jeffrey Wright
 

 The Batman Screenshots

 

 The Batman Review

 
I’ve been looking forward to seeing ‘The Batman’ since the day it was announced, but even more so since I first heard it described as inspired by ‘Se7en’ - one of my most exciting psychological songs of all time. Would we finally get the raw and dirty Batman movie that I always wanted to see? Indeed we were.

Where to start? The biggest thing I came up with was this film about how much time we spent with Batman, like Batman. There is very little Bruce Wayne in this movie and I agree with that. The film is a Batman story and we have him from beginning to end. Until we get some narrative from him, I’m not sure how I feel about it yet. It was a very good story but I am not sure if he is the character I want him to be.

Riddler in this movie is amazing. After The Joker in 'The Dark Knight' this is my second crime in my favorite Batman film. He was clearly inspired by the Zodiac killer and what inspired inspiration he was. And the use of riddles in film has nothing to do with intelligence. These riddles and riddles are very clever and make Batman have to do some important investigative work - something I have always wanted more of in previous films.

This is my favorite Catwoman birthday so far. I did not like the role of his character in films in the past. I found that you cut down on everything and put out a dark side of Batman that I did not enjoy. In this film though he was completely used. You are the love interest and the villain / antagonist hero each and every one. That’s great because it saves something else that might disappoint the Batman film - a meaningless romantic interest.

Penguin is probably the one who disappointed me. From what I saw in the trailer I suspected this was possible. I wonder if they would have used this film as his setting and in the second film he would have had more to do. This time I just found him invisible on screen.

Robert Pattinson as Batman blasts me. He looked good and his voice was perfect. He was very strong and very threatening. Although I knew he had the potential to play a role, I thought I still needed to see the final product just to make sure he had what it needed. He did it perfectly and then something else.

The film has a unique feel. There are scenes and sequences in this film that may sound inappropriate in both Tim Burton's Batman universe and Christopher Nolan's universe. However there are a few features from each of the films that clearly inspired the parts of 'The Batman'. He basically took the best of them all and twisted them in his own style - while apparently adding a lot of his stuff too. Well done in that sense.

Batmobile in this movie is amazing. There is no other way to put it. The noise he made and the vibrations he was sending through my cinema chair were shocking to the bones. The sequel to this movie with The Penguin is one of the best I've ever seen.

The film is less than 3 hours long but it never makes sense. There is a short time in the middle of the movie when everything is moving slowly for a while. That’s the only flat part of the movie though. Another occurs at the rate of fracture of the neck.

It’s hard to find good enough things to say about this movie. I need to see it again and digest a few things for a while, but right now I’m sitting firmly in second place behind ‘The Dark Knight’ with my order of my favorite Batman films. 10/10.

Death on the Nile

Death on the Nile 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 6.5/10
 
Genres: Crime, Drama, Mystery
 
Language: Hindi(ORG) + English(ORG)
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Kenneth Branagh

Stars Cast: Michael Rouse, Alaa Safi, Orlando Seale

 Death on the Nile Screenshots

 

 Death on the Nile Review

 
Hercule Piorot is on vacation in Egypt when he is invited to take a boat trip down the Nile. Extremely wealthy, newlywed, heir Linnet Ridgeway. The trip was sparked by the appearance of Jacqueline de Bellefort, Ridgeway's ex-husband. Ridgeway stole him away from him and he seems determined to pull out some kind of revenge. When Ridgeway is killed the allegations fall on de Bellefort but he has a pointed metal alibi.

I should have known better than to watch this as I watched Kenneth Branagh's Murder make-up on Orient Express. Everything about it seemed flat and spotless: adapting to the numbers, the subtleties (especially the murder drama), the humble, unpopular games (despite the star actors), the ridiculous action scenes.

Where Branagh did the dialing of the items was in the movie and the results but also when it came down to it: all the effects make everything look fake. You can see it being recorded in the studio in front of a green screen rather than without ice and a real train.

After looking at the excellent version of 1974 it was a clear and modest effort. It sounds like Christie's old story has been captivated by modern audiences and style offerings.

Killing in the Nile River is almost the same: adaptation to weakness, silence, pointless play, style over something. The graphics and cinematography at least do not sound deceptive here and are actually the only good ones as it provides rich color and vibration in the processes.

The screen game strikes sometimes with all the unnecessary additions to the novel to suit modern viewers. Jobs are annoying and annoying. Stream is off: too many options. I think Branagh only wanted French and Saunders in the film because he was a fan of theirs as a comedy group, not because they were fit for their roles (as they were not).

Like how I finished my Murder review at Orient Express, check out Peter Ustinov's excellent 1978 version instead. Or watch the relevant episode in David Suchet Poirot's clever series. And those that do exist I do not know why this film was made.

Infinite Storm

Infinite Storm 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 5.7/10
 
Genres: Drama, Thriller
 
Language: English
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Malgorzata Szumowska

Stars Cast: Naomi Watts, Denis O’Hare, Billy Howle
 

 Infinite Storm Screenshots

 

 Infinite Storm Review

 
Greetings again in the dark. Naomi Watts is a talented actress and always promotes her films, but can you put her in a comedy? The lady deserves a chance to relax a bit. Known for his amazing transformation, this may be his most needed physical role right now. The film is based on the true story and life of Pam Bales. Director Malgorzata Szumowska and Joshua Rollins, as well as a report from Ms. Bales, rebuilt the amazing events of 2010 in Mount Washington in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

We first see Pam Bales (Watts) as her alarm goes off in the morning, and she sets off in preparation for a six-hour hike up the mountain. This includes putting her backpack and clothes in below-freezing temperatures. He stops near a shop where his friend (Denis O'Hare) infects him with a hot coconut and tries to talk to him to get off the cliff because there might be bad weather (which means something in this area). However it is clear that this day is important to him when he says that climbing is "cheaper than cure", because "the mountains are always listening and not talking." Pam has a special connection to the mountain and nature.

As she begins her journey, Pam sees several campers finish their stay. One of them is Eliot Sumner (a descendant of singer Sting), who also wrote and composed a song for the film. One is played by the film's author, Joshua Rollins. Pam also sees another car in the parking lot, which, although unaware of it at the time, sets the stage for her day. Often covered with mirrors and snow gear, mountain climbing gives Pam some peace of mind, as well as some physical exertion. One wrong step sends us a flashback of why this day and up are so important to Pam; but it is a trail of snowmobile tracks that constantly change the day as a hurricane caused him to cut short his journey.

Those tech tracks are a visible sign of a problem for an experienced climber, nurse, and member of the Search and Rescue Team. Pam follows them to a dying man suffering from hypothermia. As he does not respond at first, he calls him "John" (Billy Howle, ON CHESIL BEACH, 2017) and continues to lick, drag, and all but carry him as they begin a slow battle against the mountain and the weather. . As he realized again, John made it clear that he did not want to be redeemed and was trying to end his life on a mountain. Pam ignores this and informs him harshly that she will not leave him behind.

Filmmaker Michal Englert did a horrible job of capturing both beauty and danger, though there is a single blow of Pam's whistle that seems unworthy (little argument). Captured in Slovenia (as a stoppage of New Hampshire), the weather and views are stellar with Ms. Watts, and the hurricane is blinding and deceptive, making Pam's actions even more unbelievable. The film can be seen as a story of determination for one woman, but it can also show how powerful grief can be ... as well as a helping hand. One person can have a profound effect on another's health and the way this test is performed is very exciting. Ty Gagne was the first to publish Pam's story in her article, "Walking in the Snow Leads to Emancipation" As usual, the film gains bonus points by featuring Townes Van Zandt's "Katie Belle Blue" ... and we can relate to Pam's difficulty in singing with her. The chances of Naomi Watts making a far-reaching comedy show, as she plans to re-create the horror Australian film 2014, GOODNIGHT MOMMY.

Reign of Chaos

Reign of Chaos 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 3.1/10
 
Genres: Sci-Fi
 
Language: English
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Rebecca Matthews

Stars Cast: Rebecca Finch, Ray Whelan, Peter Cosgrove
 

 Reign of Chaos Screenshots

 

 Reign of Chaos Review

 
Conflict rule sounds like a good metal theme and when you read that three women from the goddess Nike fought a black king called Chaos (Mark Sears) and the whole human race - now aggressive - well, that sounds right.

The director is Scott Jeffrey (Jurassic Island, Exorcist Vengeance), director Rebecca Matthews (Spoken) and author Tom Jolliffe (Witches of Amityville Academy) have been releasing a monthly film, but I usually enjoy their films.

This one, well ...

Rhodi (Peter Cosgrove, The Curse of Halloween Jack, Winterskin) must include Lindsay (Georgia Wood, The Bad Nun), Nicole (Rebecca Finch, Shadowland) and Alina (Rita Di Tuccio, The Mummy Reborn) to make war. combat. armies of the dead are known as the Collectors. Outside, you know, there are still gyms in the last days. Even Planet Fitness was shut down due to the epidemic.

There are also stores that sell Matrix-style body suits to the powerful heroines that save the world. Capitalism must not die.

I’ve seen a lot of comments in the review about this budget, but what are you waiting for? There are audiences of these low costs directed at streaming movies and often, it is me. If this is you, you already know what to expect.

The fact that the world is ending does not mean that we will never have a training montage.

The Immortal Wars: Resurgence

The Immortal Wars: Resurgence 2019

 
IMDb Ratings: 2.0/10
 
Genres: Action, Adventure
 
Language: Hindi(ORG) + English(ORG)
 
Release Year: 2019

Director: Joe Lujan

Stars Cast: Eric Roberts, Mindy Robinson, Christopher Bencomo

 The Immortal Wars: Resurgence Screenshots

 

 The Immortal Wars: Resurgence Review

 
I went into this without expecting much and even then I was amazed at how bad this movie was. "Sets? We don't need stinkin 'sets, just get all the plastic sheets you can find." Then there's the "talent? We don't need a smelly talent. Just get Eric Roberts, He'll do anything to pay." Then there's "FX? I'll let my kid do it on his laptop." Then there's the "script? I'll just write as we go." Then there are the "actors? We can't have real actors, we spent our budget on Eric Roberts." Although I ignore all that this "movie" still smells. I think this movie has a certain value, if not something else that shows what should not be done with the film.

Ghostbusters Afterlife

Ghostbusters Afterlife 2021

 
IMDb Ratings: 7.2/10
 
Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
 
Language: Hindi(ORG) + English(ORG)
 
Release Year: 2021

Director: Jason Reitman

Stars Cast: Carrie Coon, Paul Rudd, Finn Wolfhard
 

 Ghostbusters Afterlife Screenshots

 

 Ghostbusters Afterlife Review

 
About ten months before the release of "Ghostbusters: Afterlife", and without the knowledge that a drunken sequel was being produced, I re-watched the first one of 1984 for the first time in 25 years, along with my children (aged six and ten). Undoubtedly, my offspring were not impressed with the special results from the early eighties, and to be honest, I found out that my childhood sweetheart was in love with her.

My biggest regret was that I could not convey that magical feeling of “discovering” the terrifying world, monsters, F / X, and ectoplasm! But when we saw the announcement of a brand new song "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" on television, it was my children who immediately asked if we could go see it on the big screen. So, yes, with a little delay they found out how I felt when I first saw "Ghostbusters". And I felt like I was 9 years old again, myself.

Undoubtedly the best thing that could have happened to the franchise, especially after the 2016 restructuring, was a return to the roots. The story connects directly with the original, popular protagonists appear (albeit briefly) and the author / director is none other than the son of Ivan Reitman; - Jason. "Afterlife" is full of deceptive references to reality, which varies from subtle to obvious. The new characters are refreshing, and well-suited to the "Ghostbusters" universe, but it sounds even better to re-engage with the usual trumpets, like the famed Ghostbusters car and - of course - the Ray Parker Jr. Team. song. Respecting Harold Ramis, one of the creators of the real vision and the only member of the character who died, is good.

Attack of the Unknown

Attack of the Unknown 2020

 
IMDb Ratings: 4.7/10
 
Genres: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
 
Language: Hindi(ORG) + English(ORG)
 
Release Year: 2020

Director: Brandon Slagle

Stars Cast: Richard Grieco, Jolene Andersen, Douglas Tait
 

 Attack of the Unknown Screenshots

 

 Attack of the Unknown Review

 
I don’t know about you, but when I watch a movie, I expect a realistic appearance. This movie was bad. I'm not saying "oh impersonation was bad". No, I mean the text of this movie should never be lit. I can't begin to tell you the number of weird, stupid things that happened at the beginning of this movie. I can provide 3 different things that I would expect anyone watching a action movie to understand at least. Empty minimum. 1. The SWAT police team, storming the building, will wear body armor. 2. The drug lord makes a $ 5 billion contract, almost never in a dormitory in a few barrels that smoke the dust of an angel with ZERO literally people watching the perimeter during that meeting. 3. No SWAT sniper team will charge the room and try to shoot the sniper rifle in the locked room. Like, at least, these are basic techniques, the kind of basics of screen writing. They choose these things because the budget is low, or they have not thought about them. If its budget is low, that's a bad excuse. If they haven’t thought about it, stop making action films. I say come on guys. Even fake body armor would look best wearing a faux vest and a T-shirt with SWAT strapped to the back.

Fantastic Beasts 3

Fantastic Beasts 3 [2022]

 
IMDb Ratings: 6.8/10
 
Genres: Adventure, Family, Fantasy
 
Language: Hindi(CAM) + English(CAM)
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: David Yates

Stars Cast: Jude Law, Cara Mahoney, Mads Mikkelsen
 

 Fantastic Beasts 3 Screenshots

 

 Fantastic Beasts 3 Review

 
To the delight of the result, the third entry into the Fantastic Beasts franchise (a franchise that seems to exist with support but without dedicated fans or big fans) is a significant development in the worst case scenario of the 2018 Crimes of Grindelwald, even if Harry Potter is a veteran. director David Yates has yet to find the real magic of reviving this world of witches' property to a level that can compete in the same space as the popular films that preceded J's place. K Rowling.

We’re getting less and less about the great animals that started Eddie Redmayne’s premier game from 2016 and more about trying to attract the audience with enthusiasm with the basic basics known as Hogwarts and Albus Dumbledore who are very common in this regard. the latest release, you can see the battle between Fantastic Beasts trying to figure out what it really is and who owns it and its battle not clearly won at the end of this third episode, making it a sometimes frustrating feeling at times. you can still entertain at a decent level.

Without a clear identity or even a character we can truly call ours, as Redmayne’s Newt Scamander begins to make his own shtick here and yet feels like someone watching what’s happening around him, with Mads Mikkelsen’s Grindelwald new addition growing stronger. and his old friend Dumbledore trying to put together a crack crew to help thwart his plans, Fantastic Beasts has been cut off due to its inability to focus its attention on the arc of a particular story or character, with its distorted gray sets, dark themes and complex themes. feeling like I had no magic on film that may have finally managed to break the chains that were expected to allow it to fly by inventing something and spark.

There are glimpses of such things here, prison escapes and short moments spent back in the Hogwarts halls but in most of the two-hour films and running time there are not many memorable moments brought to Yates' film, which is non-existent. it means it’s as awkward or uncooperative as it was with most of Grindelwald’s crimes but it still makes you wish someone wouldn’t take this place and turn it into a great series that could be, something that is impossible now with two films left.

While it is not encouraging to drop jaws or awesome colds, there is still an undeniable cinematic beauty in Rowling's magical universe and there is a feeling here that Dumbledore built his ragtag group of infantry and Mikkelsen gave Grindelwald a huge amount of threat and shock. strength, however, is still hopeful that the final chapters of Rowling's middle-tier and seemingly unpopular property are still at a level that will ensure that we leave the Fantastic Beasts series without worrying about the ways but not being upset about what happened in our beloved country. witchdoctors, witches and muggles (and an unusual animal or two).

Last Say -

Still far from Harry Potter's short films, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore is a small step back to the right path that follows the crime of the last entry and while not shocking at all. , is a passing diversion of anyone with a past interest in the Harry Potter cannon.

Agent Game

Agent Game 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 3.7/10
 
Genres: Action, Thriller
 
Language: English
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Grant S. Johnson

Stars Cast: Mel Gibson, Jason Isaacs, Katie Cassidy
 

 Agent Game Screenshots

 

 Agent Game Review

 
Agent game. Awesome title I agree but you know what? I never hated you!

Now don't get me wrong, this is directly in the broadcast (or maybe it will be seen in theaters all week, who knows) stars Mel Gibson and a group of other people who will make you say "hey! That's the guy / gal!". For example we have Katie Cassidy of Arrow fame where she played the Black Canary (or Canaries, I lost the figure) as Miller a CIA agent, Barkahad Abdi of fame now deserves to be remembered "I'm Your Captain Now" as Omar, unfairly. arrested a Muslim man, along with Adan Canto from The Cleaning Lady (however, this game is really good, you should definitely use it) and Jason Isaacs who made a good voice tone but I remember him recently as a friend. Captain Lorca from Star Trek: Discovery, everything from here.

It is amazing that the characters involved do their best to make this paint with numbers a fun spying job and I realized that as these types of movies are the best to play while doing housework but still I found myself really paying attention to the story! I'm not saying it's a good story but it has enough to make things interesting sometimes. There are not many action sequences so if you are going to trust you will have to be satisfied with a few here and there and a great episode set in the ending and the film sets the stage for an open ending. , so I think they have a certain sequence in mind. You called me crazy but you don't mind that idea.

In a world full of mid-range movies to stream, Agent Game is much better than others. Not the best, but certainly not the worst thing about long shot. Trust me, I am just as surprised as you are.

All the Old Knives

All the Old Knives 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 5.6/10
 
Genres: Thriller
 
Language: English
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Janus Metz

Stars Cast: Goksin Erdemli, Chris Pine, Thandiwe Newton
 

 All the Old Knives Screenshots

 

 All the Old Knives Review

 
I also greet in the dark. Thanks to James Bond, Jason Bourne, and Ethan Hunt, we have become accustomed to entertaining globetrotting artists in the genre. However, there is the opposite: silent and inaudible work performed by intelligence agents ... those who often use their brains more often than their fists or guns. Director Janus Metz (under BORG VS MCENROE, 2017) has based his film on Olen Steinhauer's 2015 book.

It is 2012 and we are inside the Vienna CIA station as agents come together to plan a response to the terrorist act - the hijacking of the Turkish Alliance Airline Flight 127. The team cannot prevent disaster, and it is clear that this is a case of you sticking to them. Eight years later, the station manager (Laurence Fishburne) calls Henry Pelham (Chris Pine) to let him know that with instructions from Langley the case has been reopened. The terrorist who followed the kidnapping was recently arrested and revealed that he had a CIA virus at a Vienna police station. Henry will also consult with all stakeholders to uncover the double agent.

One of those interviewed was former director Jonathan Pryce. He is now retired, and Henry forces him to go back with all the details, some of them personal. But that does not compare with the way the next interview hit. Celia (Thandiwe Newton) was not only Henry's agent, but also her lover. She has left the agency and is living a happy family life in the amazing Carmel-by-the-Sea, probably the most beautiful coastal area in the U.S. S. Chris Pine now looks really cool to drive something changeable over Bixby Bridge.

Director Metz works very briefly on the relationship between Henry and Celia, and it can be here that we understand their connection and the kind of people they are. But in the end, their meeting in a gorgeous restaurant with an amazing view serves as the key to the film and the story. In fact, because their time to share a table with wine is so large and delicate, we can easily switch to a stage play. A high-level game of cat and mouse between two beautiful and clever characters. You may know where it is headed, but you are unlikely to know how it will get there.

It is easy to see this is a live streaming option as the characters and setting are easy on the eyes. The in-depth questions asked here are what you should do if a loved one is not who you thought you were. Also, can you trust those who are trained not to trust others? As mentioned earlier, it differs slightly from the type of spies - a small / fun action and additional character research.

The King’s Man

The King’s Man 2021

 
IMDb Ratings: 6.3/10
 
Genres: Action, Adventure, Thriller
 
Language: Hindi(ORG) + English(ORG)
 
Release Year: 2021

Director: Matthew Vaughn

Stars Cast: Djimon Hounsou, Ralph Fiennes, Shaun Yusuf McKee

 The King’s Man Screenshots

 

 The King’s Man Review

 
The film "The King's Man," directed by Matthew Vaughn, is the third film in the series "Kingsman", which debuted in 2014. The first in the franchise, "Kingsman: The Secret Service," was an incredibly entertaining film; full of Vaughn's signature masterpiece and high-octane signature, busy editing style, a little spy-type game designed for a movie that took them seriously enough to attract attention while at the same time keeping its tone simple enough to avoid re-learning the objects we take. 'I've seen it before. Enter its sequence: "Kingman: The Golden Circle." To take the idea of ​​a spy parody and dial a notch as far as you can go, and then break it, "Golden Circle" jumped into the perfect farce lake. Although it contains moments that are truly emotional, the consensus was that the film was too fun to enjoy, complete with funny and unbelievable points like a man installing a GPS tracker inside a woman (and I'll let you think how you do it).

A few years and a global epidemic later and finally we have a third entry, which stands as a precursor, it clearly states why the Kingsman secret agency has come to fruition. Revealing the strange and vivid sexual comedy of the last two films, "The Man of the King" is a very difficult attempt - good or bad. It is very clear that director Matthew Vaughn wanted to change his style a lot compared to the first two movies. An image centered on a slow dialogue, you can almost be forgiven if you think the "Man of the King" is directed at someone else entirely. Vaughn decides to tell what, in fact, is a World War I film, which might surprise those who expect a simple romance like any of his other works. The consistency of the tone is not something I notice most during my film release, but because of a major change in the story, in "The Man of the King," the tone changes were weird.

"Fun" is not a word I can use to describe this movie, unfortunately. And yes, while a few action scenes are really entertaining, the whole "Man of the King" spreads the story about the horrors of war and violence and then about a secret secret service agency that we all know and love. . Most of the films feature political slogans that do not have the personality needed to make those conversations fun to watch. Instead, the characters consider dialogue as the most important thing, in fact, boring to watch. Among these conversations are the rhythms of many different stories, including: An attempt to defeat the crazy monk Rasputin, a plot to steal a cassette that contains recordings of U.S. presidents involved in illegal activities, and the legend of Conrad's characters, Ralph Fiennes. son, who goes to war against his father's wishes. As you can imagine, the last rhythm stated contains the moments of a touching story. Now I don't argue with the emotions in my movies, obviously, and there have been some really, really sad parts of this story. Having said that, I don't think there was a proper balance to make these times work the way they would.

Vaughn seems to have a hard time deciding what kind of story he wants to tell - is it a thrilling story of war-torn disasters, or wacky sacrifices, full of ballet wars, bisexual criminals, and over-the-top pieces of the set? She tries to do both, and misses the mark, creating a confusing, confusing, and extremely long story - though it might be fun. No one knows him in a good deed, Vaughn also directs a sequel to a fun kinetic war. The battle with Rasputin alone is worth the amount of acceptance, and combined with good points and clever planning, I could not help but smile at my face in the middle of the scene, and in all the sequence. So if you are looking for a good deed, you will find it here (trench war is another highlight) - you will have to sit in the middle of an amazing slog to get to it first.

Ralph Fiennes offers a completely dedicated performance - he, along with the action, makes the "Man of the Lord" a useful one-time clock. "The King's Man" is not really a bad film, but one that captures its height and high expectations. Fans of the first two films will probably be disappointed with the change in tone and story, and those who want something new will no doubt be surprised by the inconsistency of the tones - which brings me to the question: Who really, Vaughn, made this movie?

Halo

Halo 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 7.2/10
 
Genres: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
 
Language: Hindi(ORG) + English(ORG)
 
Release Year: 2022
 
Creators: Steven Kane, Kyle Killen

Stars Cast: Pablo Schreiber, Natascha McElhone, Yerin Ha
 

 Halo Screenshots

 

 Halo Review

 
Halo is a concept and a world that I have loved since the early days of the first Xbox. The first time I played Halo: CE I was blown away. The size of a Halo ring and one character in a green armor face against all odds. After that, I played all the next Halo games until I read the novels. It makes me very sad that the authors have failed to research the essentials of the main characters in this series. It was not even a good effort.

One wonders why after so many years when the Halo series or film was not made that anyone who shed light on this could be so traumatized by something so rich in theory. As a staunch follower I actually wished and prayed that it would never be done. I felt in my heart that anyone who would do that would fail. However, they did. Only one episode I can say that the whole series would disappoint me even more. This sounds like something done to about 1/4 of the budget we should have had and 1/4 of the accuracy it should have had.

Where to start? Not so in the beginning they made the rebels good and the UNSC bad. According to novels the rebels fought with the UNSC and did their part in the killings and terrorism. That is why the UNSC considers them hostile. That is why the SPARTAN program was started in the first place. The UNSC was far from completely pure but was the last hope of human survival. The SPARTAN program saved people from the clutches of extinction. They clearly want the UNSC to be seen as a kind of dictatorial, evil coalition that is determined to overthrow anyone outside of them. This was not the case. The UNSC did not go out and kill anyone who was "not" in them. They fought only against the rebels who attacked them.

I also wonder why they spend so much time focusing on this one girl who was part of the revolution. There were hundreds of thousands of people who were against the UNSC and once a single rebel would say nothing to them. Especially a young girl who has no power or position in politics. SPARTANS was given a very dangerous mission and ordered to put an end to the leaders of the terrorist organizations. They were not “murderers” as the series tries to make them. This is far from the reality of the Halo world.

The behavior of the Chief Executive is incorrect. He doesn't even have a Steve Down voice. That is an insult to us fans. He talks a lot too. The Great King also followed orders. He would not ignore the instructions to get rid of the insurrection. In addition, the UNSC will never order the Chief to kill a girl. It doesn't make sense. There is no reason to do this in this situation. The chief would also never take off his hat to the audience. It’s part of what makes him so different and works as a character development throughout the story. It is also recorded that the Chief was “disturbingly pale” under his head because he had left him very dressed. They found it wrong again.

They also changed the races for a few great characters. I do not understand this concept. Why is it done? Variety? Well it doesn't work. Fans want it to be true to the lore. The admiral in this case is also incorrect. There was no way for Parangosky to order the "release" of the Chief under any circumstances. As a member of the ONI he understood the importance of SPARTAN, not least, and of the Chief. Starting this series where the Chief goes to AWOL after touching on one piece of Forerunner technology is amazing. The whole beginning of this series begins in a strange way and does not come close to the idea of ​​the first world. I can not see this series making a big difference and the injustice you have shown so far. I am very disappointed in it.

The Outfit

The Outfit 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 7.5/10
 
Genres: Crime, Drama
 
Language: English
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Graham Moore

Stars Cast: Mark Rylance, Zoey Deutch, Dylan O’Brien

 The Outfit Screenshots

 

 The Outfit Review

 
"Anyone can be a tailor." Leonard (Mark Rylance)

Although I can sometimes say that I love the film more than the theater, in The Outfit I found a film that satisfied both love. Editor-in-chief Grahame Moore brings the Hitchcock mental structure with one prominent place, an atelier with no more than four or five characters, such as a theater stage, and a sense of awe from history and the characters themselves, as in modern times. exciting psychological things.

Beware of those scissors — Hitch would love to be touched.

Underneath the simple set is the sound of sin as a gentle tailor, Leonard, opposes three intimidating mobs and his secretary, Mable (Zoey Deutch). He had to sew up the suicide bombers and destroy his business, with various criminals coming to the door to get a tape that could send them to jail.

The joy of this neo-noir comedian Hitchcock almost gave it a patent because his non-crowd characters seem to be the innocent species, and his sinners can't control their desires. What Hitch and other exciting directors like Moore want to show is the vulnerability of the average citizen and the weakness of the veteran forces.

Although it is Leonard, the owner of a small haberdashery in Chicago, to protect his shop, he, in a narcotic-like voice, explains the symbolic effects of his cutting and sewing. For example, she is not a seamstress but a tailor. Unscrupulous, the latter was an artist who trained for years at the prestigious London-based Saville Row.

No recent film has surpassed The Outfit's ability to expose the evils of humanity and conformity while providing the classic noir. Enjoy a backup set, excellent simulation, and countless locks that do much to portray the character as a casual conversation, like Pinter.

While this neat feature, similar to Leonard's in its careful portrayal of character and motivation, seems worthy of live broadcasts, it is a delight on the big screen as the backup audience can be covered by powerful characters and story, in a setting that puts everything in a dynamic room with many mysteries.

Agent Game

Agent Game 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 3.7/10
 
Genres: Action, Thriller
 
Language: English
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Grant S. Johnson

Stars Cast: Mel Gibson, Jason Isaacs, Katie Cassidy

 Agent Game Screenshots

 

 Agent Game Review

 
If you are a paying customer, you obviously do not need to be concerned about the complexity of the products you buy. And also "Agent Game" is a film that seeks to understand some of the genre of clever filmmaking that started playing here.

Mel Gibson and Jason Isaacs played on the nine-digit "Patriot" budget twenty years ago. So seeing them in a low-budget film sounds like they have fallen really hard. But other than that, both he and Dylan McDermott have really strengthened this piece of room trying to play as a fun spy.

A decent sequence of action with veteran marching actors and TV actors like Katie Cassidy and Rhys Coiro makes for a solid collection and the story does not change the way critics believe. No, it is not something you can write at home but it is a good tool if you are trying to make a short budget film with one big actor, one strong one and others in the middle class.

As an editor this film is working. A conclusion that means another sequence seems a bit irrational in the name of the producers but also an open climax may be a genre decision.

This is an active B-movie combination. If you are in this situation. If you love to watch hate, you can do much better with something worse.

All the Old Knives

All the Old Knives 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 5.6/10
 
Genres: Thriller
 
Language: English
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Janus Metz

Stars Cast: Goksin Erdemli, Chris Pine, Thandiwe Newton
 

 All the Old Knives Screenshots

 

 All the Old Knives Review

 
Greetings again in the dark. Thanks to James Bond, Jason Bourne, and Ethan Hunt, we have become accustomed to entertaining globetrotting artists in the genre. However, there is the opposite: silent and inaudible work performed by intelligence agents ... those who often use their brains more often than their fists or guns. Director Janus Metz (under BORG VS MCENROE, 2017) has based his film on Olen Steinhauer's 2015 book.

It is 2012 and we are inside the Vienna CIA station as agents come together to plan a response to the terrorist act - the hijacking of the Turkish Alliance Airline Flight 127. The team cannot prevent disaster, and it is clear that this is a case of you sticking to them. Eight years later, the station manager (Laurence Fishburne) calls Henry Pelham (Chris Pine) to let him know that with instructions from Langley the case has been reopened. The terrorist who followed the kidnapping was recently arrested and revealed that he had a CIA virus at a Vienna police station. Henry will also consult with all stakeholders to uncover the double agent.

One of those interviewed was former director Jonathan Pryce. He is now retired, and Henry forces him to go back with all the details, some of them personal. But that does not compare with the way the next interview hit. Celia (Thandiwe Newton) was not only Henry's agent, but also her lover. She has left the agency and is living a happy family life in the amazing Carmel-by-the-Sea, probably the most beautiful coastal area in the U.S. S. Chris Pine now looks really cool to drive something changeable over Bixby Bridge.

Director Metz works very briefly on the relationship between Henry and Celia, and it can be here that we understand their connection and the kind of people they are. But in the end, their meeting in a gorgeous restaurant with an amazing view serves as the key to the film and the story. In fact, because their time to share a table with wine is so large and delicate, we can easily switch to a stage play. A high-level game of cat and mouse between two beautiful and clever characters. You may know where it is headed, but you are unlikely to know how it will get there.

It is easy to see this is a live streaming option as the characters and setting are easy on the eyes. The in-depth questions asked here are what you should do if a loved one is not the one you thought you were. Also, can you trust those who are trained not to trust others? As mentioned earlier, it differs slightly from the type of spies - a small / fun action and additional character research.

The Outfit

The Outfit 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 7.5/10
 
Genres: Crime, Drama
 
Language: English
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Graham Moore

Stars Cast: Mark Rylance, Zoey Deutch, Dylan O’Brien
 

 The Outfit Screenshots

 

 The Outfit Review

 
I am a big fan of one local film. "Ownership" or "Death with a Girl" comes to mind. Pride makes filmmakers really smart by using space. But if you see enough movies about gentle characters with dark black pasts, you will see a lot of this from a few miles away. Which will leave you wondering "why was the movie even made?"

The author / director is Graham Moore, who may have been given this simple feature to show that he can combine his work in directing. This is a nice little brows like the Wachowski who have done "Bound" which means they can do something great. Maybe not "The Matrix" but you will separate this into something much bigger.

The story is about a fashion designer named Leonard Burling (Mark Rylance), a quiet Englishman who designed the best suits in Chicago. We know this because of the way he treats his work with respect. His accuracy is that of an automotive engineer who carries clean lines, attention to detail, and an almost instantaneous environment as he recounts his work. It also shows the connection he makes between that and the people who wear the suits he makes.

He is assisted by a strong street girl, Mabel (Zoey Deutch) of the area with a long history and block, enough to see him fall into a public wall. That doesn't stop him from falling in love with the son of a very bad official who is looking to be included in the national criminal system. Leonard's store is used as a social networking site amidst such social media corruption (days before the Black Web).

Unfortunately, the local crowd found out that there was a mouse in it, and the tape found in the box contained the whereabouts, and therefore, the identity of the celebrity. There are crowds fighting and little by little, they begin to turn on their own.

The movie itself, while ingeniously designed fails in its worst way ... production. It is no secret that water is still flowing. We are also provided with brief glimpses of the inner darkness. However, the frustrating part has to wait for the pot to boil, it is also fun to watch Mark Rylance enjoying his dark English. Even when he expresses any emotion. The audience will then wonder if the man has lost his mind at times. Leonard is being mistreated by the crowd, and yet he is quiet and quiet ... a great indication that he is about to get worse. But that time does not happen. However, it is possible, but at the same time, it is emerging as a major source of dissatisfaction and anxiety.

Now, coming in, I knew there was going to be that scene of his love of making suits. This had that in mind. Also, the Academy Award writer will not go into details. However it is interesting to see the design of the suit and the care and patience required to design it, IT IS VERY DIFFICULT to sit. At some point we want to shout "get it, do your research!" But that was a hard line to slide. Because it fills an empty structure throughout.

I found myself not caring why or how and I just found myself wanting something tense. Also, if you have seen the tricks of how to raise the anxiety of a particular situation, none of this will surprise you.

For me, it is a very lacking effort, but more than the amount of care needed to try.

Jurassic Island

Jurassic Island 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 5.6/10
 
Genres: Adventure
 
Language: English
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Dominic Ellis

Stars Cast: Sarah T. Cohen, Nicola Wright, Kate Sandison
 

 Jurassic Island Screenshots

 

 Jurassic Island Review

 
I did this to laugh at the making of a bad and shocking film but in fact I am not so shocked. Yes it starts badly but once it gets in the way it gets better. He’s not a bad character and most of the supporting characters are also bad. Couples are bad though.

Apart from CGI, the quality of acting, production prices, cinematography and points are all about the level of the BBC crime drama, which highly recommends a film like this. I actually saw it very badly and at least the actors were able to perform in a convincing way. So, in this case it is not bad at all.

CGI is cruel. I know we would not have expected Jurassic Park standards at CGI but by 2022 and there are certainly a ton of good CGI designers out there right now at a reasonable price. Obviously not. Since the movie is based on dinosaurs and is a type of theme with a bad CGI it really slows down. If you really stop the disbelief you might be able to get through it, we all knew that the dino's of Jurrasic Park were a lie after all, but they were convincing when immersed in the movie yes.

I think most of the worst movies I’ve seen were in the 90’s and 2000’s and I’ve never seen any modern low budget before this. I wonder how much the quality of low-budget films has increased over the last decade or so, if this movie is a thing of the past. I thought that good quality film equipment is cheaper, or rather, you can do a lot with less, including drones and the like and learning to imitate is easily accessible.

However, I apologize for not reviewing the debate over modern low-budget films.