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All The Money In The World – Review

The film All The Money In The World is based on a biographical novel entitled Painfully Rich: The Outrageous Fortune and Misfortunes of the Heirs of J. Paul Getty by John Pearson, which was released in 1995. Getty, known as the richest and most illustrious billionaire in world history, lost his favorite grandchild. . However, […]

A Dog’s Purpose – Review

A Dog’s Purpose, this comedy drama film by Lasse Hallström takes the story of a dog, this is not Lasse’s first dog-themed film, previously he worked on Hachi: A Dog’s Tale. This film is adapted from the novel of the same name by W. Bruce Cameron and stars Dennis Quaid, Britt Robertson, Josh Gad, K. […]

Why Him ? – Review

Why Him? This film has actually been released at the end of 2016 and can be a choice for family viewing at the end of the holidays and the new year 2017. But this film certainly has an age limit for the audience, given that there are some ‘weird’ scenes and dialogues that can be […]

Classic Again (Netlix) – Review

Games Online dan Offline Thailand released a remake of the film The Classis (Korean film) with the title Classic Again. Starting from looking for documents for his mother, Bota (Mint Ranchrawee Uakoolwarawat) finds a box filled with love letters that leads him to trace his mother’s first love story. Once upon a time, when he […]

The Great Hack (Netflix) – Review

The Great Hack is an apt description of the rise of documentary films and their popularity among various circles. Even for people who are not used to watching documentaries, The Great Hack is an interesting and important viewing choice. Although the main focus of this film is not Asian countries, we can learn a lot […]

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – Review

Echoes of this Swedish film is quite fast. Appointed from the novel of the same name by Stieg Larsson, who is also the first novel of the Millennium trilogy, this film can be a positive response from many parties. The income was also a huge success which earned more than $ 100 million for worldwide […]

Repo Men – Review

His role as Watson in Sherlock Holmes has indeed made Jude Law’s career climb. His name is becoming increasingly calculated. Likewise, when the film Repo Men is almost released. Many believe this film will be a cool movie. Moreover, hearing an interesting premise plus a pretty convincing cast like Oscar winners, Forest Whitaker, Liev Schreiber […]

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 […]