Month: July 2021

The Tomorrow War – Review

Games Online dan Offline Alien invasion is one of the favorite formulas in blockbusters. Aliens invade, the world is in danger of apocalypse, humans are on the verge of extinction. But how many are able to actually translate the situation? The sense of urgency is often pushed aside in favor of the greatest possible action. […]


Games Online dan Offline Predictably from the title, this film explores terror set in the “suicide forest” of Aokigahara. After a sequence that proves that Shimizu is still a master of building atmospheres, when a girl goes missing in the middle of her exploration of Aokigahara which she broadcasts live via the internet, we get […]

Recalled – Review

Games Online dan Offline Watching Recalled is like putting together a thousand pieces of a complex puzzle, with only a few clues, without knowing the resulting image. Confusing, frustrating at times, but if you like puzzles, the process of solving them is fun, and it’s also rewarding when you finally succeed. And of course, Recalled […]

The Father – Review

Games Online dan Offline The Father looks like a pile of conventional dramas about old age sickness. The first few minutes went like that. Anthony (Anthony Hopkins), a person with dementia, and his daughter, Anne (Olivia Colman), get into an argument. Anne is upset after the nurse she recruited decided to leave, due to her […]


Games Online dan Offline Produced back-to-back with the fifth and final installment of the series (The Beginning), The Final marks the return of the big screen live action adaptation of Rurouni Kenshin’s manga, after The Legend Ends seven years ago. Everything is still the same. Keishi tomo is still directing and writing the script, Kenji […]