• Warner Bros and JK Rowling’s attempts to capture the Young Adult Market with the Fantastic Beasts adaptation are proving to be nearly as productive a goldmine as their previous collaboration the Harry Potter series

  • The script has the necessary wit, Freddie’s break-out antics are well documented and the excellent tech work makes it all blend in to form a composite whole

  • The animation is smooth, the characters are quite vivid and most of the dialogue are lightly comedic. The familiar voice cast helps keep the attachment going…

  • An anti-hero from the Marvel comic-book universe gets a Superhero makeover in this spanking new origin story with a cliched plot, blobby effects and messy action

  • What you experience is an intense family psychodrama with the largely concealed emotional torment roiling it all up to a bitter harvest

  • The formula continues to hold sway. The plotting is familiar and aims to extend the brand further- which is quite obvious. Largely an exercise to keep the fans happy, this film makes all the right noises but fails to make it more than ordinary!

  • The setups and payoffs are big sized- meant to make the referencing easier and obviously memorable. Energetic performances, casual humour, nostalgic back-flips add up to a rousing engagement.

  • Deadpool 2 not only gets you nostalgic about the glorious past, it also has what it takes to keep you roaring with laughter all the way through.

  • Avengers Infinity War is an epic spectacle no doubt and I believe the lack of modulation is intentional-an attempt to leave the viewers with questions more than answers

  • Despite it’s few aberrations, ‘A Quiet Place’ is a stand-out horror feature because it abstains from the typical jump-scares and hackneyed tropes that abound in genre fare.

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