Month: February 2020

Rocketman – Review

Not everyone knows Elton John’s real name is Reginal Kenneth Dwigth, because this musician did change his name legally because of his love for blues music. Rocketman‘s musical biopic by Dexter Fletcher even made the name question a vocal point. Mentioned in this film, even Elton John himself tried to ‘forget’ his first name. Because, […]

Where’d You Go, Bernedette – Review

Maria Semple’s book “Where You Go, Bernadette” is one of the best-selling books published in 2012. This story stretches across several continents and jumps up and down, over a period of about 20 years. Where’d You Go Bernadette said not with the narrative of the novel in general, but through a series of emails, letters, […]

Dolemite Is My Name – Review

The film released on Netflix is ​​a biographical drama comedian, a rap singer who became a sensation in the 70s in America because he ‘willingly’ turned himself into a star and film producer – all of whom he did himself. Rudy Ray Moore is not an artist, but he can become so much because of […]

Hustlers – Review

Adapted from a true story, the film Hustlers tells a group of striptease dancers who survive by draining the purses of wealthy nightclub visitors. The premise that comes from true stories is the main attraction of the film by Lorene Scafaria. Scafaria who also wrote the film’s script gives the view that the striptease club […]

The Report – Review

The Report is a drama film that tells about a dramatic re-event – which brings up the story of the events of September 11. Scott Z. Burns directed the film based on a script he wrote himself. The Report tells about Daniel J Jones (Adam Driver) and the Senate Intelligence Committee when investigating the CIA […]

Pain and Glory – Review

What happens if a filmmaker makes a film about filmmaker? A new film “Pain and glory” tries to represent life behind the scenes of a filmmaker. The film Pain and Glory was directed by Spanish director Pedro Almodovar. Appearing as a film that is more dramatic than just melodrama, an autobiography but only on the […]

The Battle : Roar To Victory – Review

War must cause casualties. Victims also indiscriminately, old, young, women, men, who are pregnant, who can no longer walk can be the target. This is illustrated in the film The Battle: Roar to Victory. This film from the South Korea tells the Japanese colonial period. Like the colonized state in general, civilians joined in forming […]

The Addams Family – Review

Have you ever heard that family is the most valuable treasure in the world? It may seem simple, but the saying is the red thread of the animated film The Addams Family. Not only entertaining, The Addams Family also inserts many important messages for the audience about family love. Curious how to review this film? […]

Beasts Clawing at Straws – Review

Beasts Clawing At Straws is the latest South Korean film drama genre. It premiered in theaters on February 12, 2020. The film was adapted from the Keisuke Sone novel of the same name (published August 5, 2011 by Kodansha). About people in desperate situations who have to live with their unexpected choices. Filming began on […]

The King’s Man : The Golden Circle – Review

Kingsman was not necessarily safe despite successfully thwarting Valentine’s evil mission of destroying the world in the first series of the film Kingsman: The Secret Service. Three years after that, the secret agent group again faced a complicated situation. It starts with the presence of Charlie Hesketh (Edward Holcroft), a former Kingsman applicant who hunts […]

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