Month: July 2020

Happy Old Year – Review

“Happy Old Year” as the most anticipated Thai film, we should have been able to watch in Indonesia in the last week of March, but due to the increasingly widespread Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia, the film was forced to experience a fairly long delay. The story itself is very simple, but the excesses it creates […]

Bike Man – Review

Tells a young man who hides his job as a motorcycle taxi driver from the family, Bike Man is not a far-fetched story where the main character wants to maintain a profane profession forever because of love. Beyond the ridiculous packaging, Bike Man is a spectacle with high relevance related to the depiction of conflicts […]

Cold Eyes – Review

Games Online dan Offline The Cold Eyes directed by the duo Jo Ui-seok and Kim Byung-seo reinforce the impression that South Korean film is increasingly moving towards progress, both in terms of technical and story innovation. Combining a thrilling thriller with a binding drama, Cold Eyes is presented in a winding but articulate plot, so […]

Liway – Review

Games Online dan Offline Lifting up the true story of the lives of the prisoners who sparked the rebellion against the tyranny of Ferdinand Marcos, I thought that it would be treated to a political spectacle. Apparently Liway is a more personal family drama. Best Movie Site “Liway” is a nickname for Ceilia Flores-Oebanda alias […]

Swing Kids – Review

The film opens with a historical explanation from the Koje Concentration Camp. Giving information about the war being fought between South and North Korea and the supporters of each ideology and each block were placed in Koje. It is enough to provide information on the direction of the Swing Kids story. Ideological battles. However, you […]

Start Up – Review

Games Online dan Offline Ma Dong-seok, aka Don Lee — the masculine burly man who owns the boxing broom, the mass destruction boxer, the life-pulling box — wears a long wig and pink t-shirt and then sings and dances to the choreography of Twice’s Knock Knock and TT. If you are a fan of the […]

Color Out Of Space – Review

Games Online dan Offline Color out of Space opens by showing a girl named Lavinia (Madeleine Arthur) performing a Wicca ritual, a belief in modern paganism. Looks strange, but a few minutes later the oddity is understandable, after we know that Lavinia is the daughter of Nathan Gardner, played by Nicolas Cage. The word “strange” […]

The Specials – Review

Departing from the true story of Stephane Benhamou and Daoud Tatou who dedicated their lives to helping disadvantaged children who are abandoned by the system, The Specials tells the stories of special people properly, solidly, though not specifically. Directed at the same time written by Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano, similar to their biggest work, […]

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