Review – The Magnificent Seven (2016)

So maybe it has been too long since I last watch a movie simply for the eye candies, and that was my main reason to watch The Magnificent Seven. Which means I went in looking for entertainment and couldn't give no shit about it being a remake of a remake, or comparing it to the original movies. All I know is I want to be entertained, and that's what I got.   When Bogue (Peter Sarsgaard) took over Rose

Review – Train to Busan (2016)

Although I'm not that big of a fan of Korean movies, they weirdly are unusually rewarding. So it's kind of hard to resist a Korean zombie flick titled Train to Busan, even if I literally know no one involved in it. Aside from Sohee, but I only found out she's involved after the movie started. Plus, it's the sequel of an animated movie... which will only be released in Korea about a month after this one. It's

The Sunshine Blogger Awards 2016

Yes, I know it's "Sunshine Awards" and I should be posting a photo of sunshine but DANE DEHAAN IS MY SUNSHINE OKAY so bear with me.   You know, reading Sinekdoks' Sunshine Blogger Awards post got me feeling a little bit guilty, especially when he talks about how blogger should get themselves motivated to write consistently. I mean, just look at this blog and my sporadic posts. I clearly am an unmotivated couch potato. But hey, someone - in

Review – Mimpi Anak Pulau (2016)

More than just entertainment, some movies are made to tell certain moving stories and inspires people. Mimpi Anak Pulau is one of them, aiming to tell a heartening story about one of the first three university graduate from Batam. But movies that set out to do such thing had a fair chance of ending up as "preaching". Especially in the eyes of skeptics, like yours truly. Thankfully, Mimpi Anak Pulau stayed clear from preaching and was as straightforward

Review – Batman: Bad Blood (2016)

Batman: Bad Blood had been on my radar since the NYCC trailer came out last year. But it's only after I watched The Killing Joke a few weeks ago that I actually had some interest in DC Animated Universe and feel compelled enough to watch this movie. Especially because it got my favorite spoiled prince in its roster. After a run in with The Heretic (Travis Willingham) and his band of criminals ended up in an explosion,

Review – Suicide Squad (2016)

Admittedly, Suicide Squad boost an intriguing trailer, interesting premise, and star studded case who mostly looks like they would kick so much asses as their respective characters. Like, Viola Davis alone would be enough to lure me to watch it. Then they throw Margot Robbie and Cara Delevingne into the mix, making it a done deal. But, admittedly, BvS was such a huge letdown (despite my initial fanboy-friends-induced-hype) it made me wary of any DC