Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant Review

In “Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant,” the film initially delves into a contemplative exploration of American Sergeant John Kinley (played by Jake Gyllenhaal) and his Afghan translator Ahmed (Dar Salim). Living under a tacit agreement, Ahmed risks his life working for the American forces to secure visas for his family. The movie shines as a quiet character drama, shedding light on America’s broken promises to Afghanistan and its people. Continue reading Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant Review

Robots (2023) Review

Robots fails to deliver humour on multiple levels, either falling flat or resorting to an unfortunate and occasionally aggressive tone. While the foundation of the story, inspired by Robert Sheckley’s 1973 short story “The Robot Who Looked Like Me,” carries some amusement, the screenplay by Ant Hines and Casper Christensen struggles to capture that humour. The details of the plot progressively feel like a series of missteps. Continue reading Robots (2023) Review

Everything Everywhere All At Once Review

The concept of the multiverse is currently in the spotlight, and it’s debatable whether the decision to follow Marvel’s “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” with “Everything Everywhere All at Once” was reckless or brilliant. Nevertheless, this film, despite having a fraction of the budget, showcases a true understanding of the infinite possibilities. It exists in the outer realms of imagination, where lucid dreaming and liminal spaces converge. Continue reading Everything Everywhere All At Once Review

Dungeons And Dragons Review

In the realm of tabletop gaming, there exists a captivating fantasy adventure known as “Dungeons & Dragons.” This immersive game revolves around a self-proclaimed master storyteller known as the “Dungeon Master.” Within the confines of this imaginative world, daring exploits and thrilling quests take shape, allowing competing teams of players to embody a myriad of fantastical beings, ranging from graceful elves to cunning gnomes and formidable half-orcs. Continue reading Dungeons And Dragons Review