Month: June 2020

Uncorked (Netflix) – Review

Games Online dan Offline Uncorked tells the dream of a young man becoming a sommelier, entered the second group. After the opening scene accompanied by the fun of hip hop, we hear Elijah (Mamoudou Athie), who works in a wine shop, explain the matter of wine to Tanya (Sasha Compère). “Do you like hip hop?” […]

Blow The Man Down – Review

Games Online dan Offline The city was called Easter Cove. A small town where every citizen knows each other, and (of course) talks to each other in the back. The city is cold too. As if the sun never shines completely to melt a pile of snow. Also the city is thick with masculinity, even […]

Waves – Review

Games Online dan Offline As the title suggests, this film moves like the waves, both technically and taste. Waves reminded that Trey Edward Shults who gave birth to out-of-the-box works through Krisha (2015), was still keen to explore and break the boundaries of storytelling, after It Comes at Night (2017) which was more like an […]

The Vast of Night – Review

The Vast of Night is wrapped like an episode of the anthology television series titled Paradox Theater, complete with opening narration and title cards that provide a strong reference to The Twilight Zone. Several times, including at the opening, the audience was positioned as if they were watching in front of the old model television. […]

Come To Daddy – Review

Games Online dan Offline Come to Daddy tells of a person who, after not having seen his father for a long time, was invited by his father to his remote home near the beach. Norval (Elijah Wood), with his suitcase and a haircut that is like a bowl and with a mustache, must pass through […]

If Beale Street Could Talk – Review

If Beale Street Could Talk

Games Online dan Offline If Beale Street Could Talk, this film shows the flow back and forth, the first is a flashback to the lives of Fonny and Tish, two lovebirds who had been close from childhood, formed friendships and then found themselves in love. They began to pioneer their future together, from planning to […]

Joint Security Area – Review

Joint Security Area films with mystery thriller genre starring Lee Young-ae, Lee Byung-hun and Song Kang-ho. The film was directed by Park Chan-wook and written based on the DMZ novel by Park Sang-yeon. This film tells the story of an investigation into shooting incidents that took place in the DMZ (Korean Demilitarized Zone) which became […]

Confidential Assignment – Review

Confidential Assignment or known by the name Cooperation is a film that carries the comedy thriller genre, the film is directed by Kim Sung Hoon (A Wonderful Moment) and written by Yoon Hyun Ho (I Am Father, The Attorney), this film is directed by CJ Entertainment. By signing Hyun Bin as the main actor of […]