Movie Review Flashback- The Mule (2018)

Directed by and starring Clint Eastwood, The Mule is inspired by the story of Leo Sharp, an elderly man who became a drug mule for a Mexican drug cartel. The movie changes several aspects of the name of the protagonists and dramatizes several incidents in the story. Award-winning horticulturist and Korean War veteran Earl Stone (Clint Eastwood)…

‘Glass’ Review- Real World Application

Glass is the final installment of M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘The Unbreakable Trilogy.’ The movie director has delved into science fiction, drama, mystery, horror, and now into the realm of the superhero films. Set three weeks after the events of Split, David Dunn (Bruce Willis) manages to subdue Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy) in his Beast…

‘Murder Mystery’ Review- A Few Chuckles, But No Laughs

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston team-up for Murder Mystery, directed by Kyle Newacheck and written by James Vanderbilt. Sandler has a skill for producing low brow comedies that are either massive hits or dubs. New York policeman Nick Spitz (Adam Sandler) lies to his wife, hairdresser and mystery novel obsessed Audrey (Jennifer Aniston) about passing…

DEWAR: ‘Dark Phoenix’ Review- Pure Passion Kills

We are met with the young Jean Grey when she is introduced with Professor Xavier. After a traumatic experience concerning her mutant powers, Xavier decides to psychologically shield Jean from a truth. This incident drives the drama in this plot. Xavier gives Jean an important lesson about inanimate objects, and how they are instruments that…

‘I Am Mother’ Review- Do Robots Make Good Parents?

I Am Mother is a Netflix original film that delves into the realm of post-apocalyptic science fiction. Directed by Grant Sputore in his feature film debut, the Australian filmmaker relies on practical effects and sets to tell this story. A girl known only as Daughter (Clara Rugaard) is raised into her late teens by the robot…