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World War Z
World War Z (2013)
13 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

"World War Z" replaces the features of a zombie apocalypse with a decent storyline in the style of third structure act where everyone cares. Accompanied by relevant social inserts and comments, the special artistic zombies are unique. Forster is worthy to get everything apart, this is a PG-13 movie. Cinematography sometimes neat yet horrendous cut really doesn't impact anything. There are some good moments besides the ending of this film but David Fincher took part in the next sequel. Even so, I think it's still vague as well. It's not an accomplishment when you come with this movie but it's just a good, good movie.

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile
14 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

"Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile" was taken from a quote by the jury when sentencing Ted Bundy but this isn't a very promising biopic. By moving the transition from one perspective to another, there is no point when only know Ted Bundy as the ideal man of girl. Unless I don't really feel like blaming Liz or there are no more people helping Ted Bundy. In fact, he himself is also used as entertainment from the media and politics. So, does Zac Efron as a bad boy manage to attract the attention of girls? A petition in 2016 was written that Zac Efron must be cast as Ted Bundy in this upcoming biopic. Sure, the former lawyer of Bundy actually agreed with that. Or is Zac Efron Ted Bundy all this time? No one knows probably.

Alita: Battle Angel
14 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This movie, besides a lot of things to talk about, has a shortage in the plot. Apart from the ending being very sequel baiting, there is no strong background why Mars attacks Zalem. The chemistry between Alita and Hugo is very out of the box. It's also cliche as it should be not worthy to talk. But, it describes the character of Alita who is indeed fragile and very weak because of love. Bottom line, "Alita: Battle Angel" shows endless battles but is very amazing. Rosa Salazar steals attention as an anime-like face cyborg while the visual effects are very pampering as well.

Fight Club
Fight Club (1999)
14 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Actually, there is a lot that deserves to be analyzed, criticized, and discussed in this film. In fact, I tried to explain how this film works with one of my friends. And the result, he fell asleep. The first act of the movie kind of like a slow-burner pace on characterization. Frame by frame, the characterization lies in Edward Norton and Brad Pitt himself. And don't forget with Helena Bonham Carter as the most important character in this film. It ended with a plot twist ending and a horror song entitled "Where Is My Mind?" by Pixies. "Fight Club" became a beautiful film to witness the criticisms of society and the world. I still adore this movie from the first time I watched it. I still like this movie.

Glass
Glass (2019)
14 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

"Glass" is a delicious menu for nerds, superhero comic fans, or fantasy stories with new ideas. Not many superhero films like this take a different approach than most superhero films. From its cinematography, acting, themes, etc., Shyamalan has a vision. The twist finally leaves a trace of the question of who Shyamalan really was. But, what we really need is that we have to be more self-aware of ourselves. There is so much to love and to hate in this movie.