The Accountant Review

Warner Bros.’s new mid-level movie, The Accountant is about an autistic genius math savant who is trained by his ex-army father to kick ass, and who runs a small accounting firm with a dangerous clientele. With the Treasury department closing in on him, and some of his clients trying to get rid of him, the accountant must…

X-men Apocalypse Review

17 years after its inception and after resetting the past in the previous movie to bring back favorite characters that were killed off, comes another installment of the X-men series, still set in the past (the newer one) and featuring a formidable villain with no limitations. Bryan Singer is back to direct the franchise that he…

Captain America: Civil War Review

A sequel to both 2014’s Captain America Winter Soldier and the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Avengers movies, Civil War kicks off MCU’s Phase 3, also known as the deconstruction phase. As much fun as it was to watch the Avengers work together, its now time to split them up and watch them at each other’s throats.…

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Review

There isn’t a stone left unturned in Warner Bros’s efforts to ensure that their movie about the iconic battle between the two most celebrated superheroes of the DC universe, makes big bucks at the box office. Right from the announcement in 2013’s Comic Con where they released the logo of the Superman’s S with the Bat…

The Martian Review

Isolation is a scary thing, but being stranded on a planet 140 million miles away from home with a hostile environment and no one to speak to is unimaginable. Based on the sci-fi novel by Andy Weir, The Martian is another survival story, but what makes it unique is the drama that unfolds back on earth,…

The Walk Review

Every year, there is a spectacle movie whose most salient feature is not its plot or story but its grandeur and the visual extravaganza. Like Gravity and Avatar before it, The Walk targets the viewer’s experience of extreme situations and manages to craftily use technology to elicit the thrill it promises. The plot is the…

Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation Review

Ethan Hunt cannot stop pushing himself to unbelievably new limits every time he goes on a new mission. But after having to climb the tallest man-made structure in the world and almost falling off of it, you’d think he’s had enough of this impossible stuff. But turns out there are things that are more risky…