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Showing posts with label MOVIE. Show all posts

Robert Pattinson's Batman look revealed

Robert Pattinson's Batman look revealed by director

Robert Pattinson is the new Batman, and thanks to a new teaser, we just got a first look at what he looks like in the famous batsuit. He played as Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter: goblet of fire movie.

Matt Reeves, who is directing the new Batman movie, shared a screen test of Pattinson in the new suit.


I loved Christian Bale as Batman, and I never thought another actor would really replace him as the Batman in my mind. But based just on this short video, I think Pattinson could have a real shot at becoming my favourite version of the caped crusader.

Unfortunately, we still have a long wait until we can see Pattinson take up the cowl, as the new movie isn’t scheduled to release until June 25th, 2021. But until then, we’ve at least got this epic teaser.

Here is the tweet


In a January press release, Warner Bros. announced Pattinson will be playing "Gotham City's vigilante detective, Batman, and billionaire Bruce Wayne."

Principal photography on next summer's movie began January 28. Reeves shared the announcement on Twitter by sharing a clapper with the film's logo

You can recommend a title for Knives Out Sequel

You can recommend a title for Knives Out Sequel
Knives Out

Have you seen Knives Out (2019) where a detective investigates the death of a patriarch of an eccentric, combative family.  Daniel Craig as a detective, Chris Evans in an interesting role. This movie also nominated for best screenplay in Oscar 2020.

Watch trailer here


Knives Out official Twitter handle just tweeted that they are looking for a title for a sequel.



There are some funny and interesting suggestions in replies.









Ala Vaikunthapurramloo Movie Live Blog, Live Review


Stylish Star Allu Arjun, Pooja Hegde, Tabu, Nivetha Thomas starrer much-awaited action, comedy movie Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo, directed by Trivikram Srinivas, has hit the theatres today Worldwide in a very grand manner. The film’s trailer, teaser and music were received well and hopes are high on this movie.

The movie Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo revolves around two sons who are ‘exchanged’ and what that means remains to be seen. Tabu, Nivetha Pethuraj, Rajendra Prasad, Jayaram, Samuthirakani, Sushanth A, Sushanth, Vennela Kishore, Sunil, Navdeep, Brahmaji, Murali Sharma, Rahul Ramakrishna, Harsha Vardhan, Sachin Khedekar are playing the supporting roles.
Pooja Hegde is playing Allu Arjun’ boss, a smart woman who heads a company.
Stay with us for Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo movie review, unveiling soon.

Keep watching this space.


In The Shadow Of The Moon : Review

In The Shadow Of The Moon : Review

The film starts with a burning street next to an abandoned office in Philadelphia in 2024. And goes back to 1988 where a pianist at his concert, a lady bus driver while driving and a cook while cooking die with bleeding from nose, eyes and mouth at the same time but miles apart. Officer Lockhart and Maddox got an emergency call at 10 pm as the bus crashed on a busy street injuring others badly. So they started to look around the bodies and found that All these victims are having three circular puncture wounds behind their neck and melted brain.

To know more about the victims these two officers went to the hospital and asked the in-charge doctor. He said that this information is put on hold by Detective Holt. When Officer Lockhart asked about the puncture wounds that the doctor confirmed and said he had no idea about the injection. So they left the hospital for dinner.

While police officers are eating their dinner they got a message via scanner that there is a woman in a pub with the puncture wounds and still alive. All the force Including their superior detective Holt rushed to the pub. While enquiring about the situation a female victim said that a muscular black American woman in her late 20's in a blue jacket knocked her to the floor and poked her behind the neck. She started to bleed during the enquiry and she died in a few minutes.



Another officer saw her on a bridge and informed to control room while she trying to break into a car. She slips from the officer on the bridge. Both officer Lockhart and Maddox saw her on an Intersection with an injured left hand. While chasing her both officers reach the subway, on the way Lockhart finds a device used by her to inject the victims. To where Lockhart turns off his walkie to avoid detection of him. At the same time, other officer informed randomly via a scanner that his wife is going through labour.

Officer Maddox Informed in the scanner that he found the lady in the subway and tries to stop her but he fails and broke his leg. Lockhart listens fighting on the platform rushes and points the gun to her and tell her to kneel. But she turns back with her hands on her hand and congratulates him for his daughter and says see you soon. He felt that she is stalling to getaway. So he moves forward to cuff her. Instead, she broke loose and cuffs him to a chair. To stop her Lockhart injects her with the device found by him on the way. She falls on to the coming train and disappears.

In 1997, After 9 years the plot opens with a protest against the blacks supporting to the lady in the blue hoodie. This time Detective Lockhart gets a call from the prescient about a case that he investigated in 1988. This time, a professor at the university, a lady passenger was dead from bleeding his nose, eyes, ears and a melted brain the same as last time. All the other officers think that this is the work of a copy cat. But Detective Lockhart thinks that she is returned and started to dig old files for the clues to identify her, but Maddox denies that she is alive.

While digging old files he came across a set of keys confiscated back in 1988. Lockhart requested a lady police officer to find more about the keys. She finds that the keys start an engine for a plane that is manufactured in 1996, only air-strip this plane can be found in a 100-mile radius. While Maddox and Lockhart are leaving the building to go to the airstrip; a senior physicist named Naveen Rao introduces himself and explains that with the help of the moon power there can be a chance to go to an entirely to a new place.

when they went to the airfield they found that there is a man still working. So detective Lockhart asks a few questions about the girl in the blue hood. Then a small fight sequence happens where the girl kills Maddox and robs an aeroplane with Lockhart as a hostage. After a while, she tells him not to look for her and pushes him down in a lake. He comes out of the lake and finds the plane crash site.

Then again in 2006, Lockhart finds a clue about a man that the girl in blue hood may try to kill. So Lockhart goes to his house to check on him. By the time Lockhart is gone there, he is dead. He sees the black girl in the blue hood and starts to chase her to an abandoned building leading to the beach. Then she went to a sewage tunnel which leads to a cave. Lockhart followed her and saw her disappeared to the future. As he comes out he was arrested by the police.

As he now knows the place where she can be found he camps on the beach before the sewage tunnel to find her. Naveen Rao kidnaps him to avoid contact with her and try to move him to another place in a van. Lockhart tries to escape and causes an accident to the van they are travelling. She came back to where she disappeared. Meanwhile, Lockhart is waiting for her on the beach. The Black girl in the blue hood tells that Lockhart is her grandfather.

This movie breaks the Avengers movie time travel theory and goes back to the same old time-travel theory. Where actions in the past change the present.

In the Shadow of the Moon (2019) on IMDb

Rambo Last Blood : Review

Rambo Last Blood : Review

The plot is very simple Yvette Monreal (Gabrielle) searches for her abandoned father. She learns that her father is living in Mexico with the help of her childhood friend Sheila Shah (Alejandra). Gabrielle goes to Mexico in search of her abandoned father and confronts Marco de la O. He rejects her and it upsets her. To get the mood right both the girls decided hit the pub. Alejandra sells Gabrielle to a woman trafficking cartel.


Gabrielle Uncle Sylvester Stallone (Jhon Rambo) realizes that his niece went to Mexico to see her father. He then quickly rushes to Mexico and starts to enquire about his niece starting from her father. Her father replies that Gabrielle was not with her. Then Jhon Rambo goes to Sheila Shah and asks about her niece with a sharp double edge knife on the table.

Sheila shows the person to Jhon Rambo who she sold her friend out. Stallone breaks his ribs with a bare hand by punching a hole with his fingers to get answers from the cartel guy. I can't watch this scene. The white bone-cracking from his ribs are clearly shown in this scene. I don't know whether a regular-sized human being can break a bone with his bare hands and fingers. But you will be convinced that Sylvester Stallone can do with ease.

He found that the cartel is run by Hugo and Victor Martinez. The Martinez brothers traffic woman to the United States. Jhon Rambo asks for her niece by showing her photo. The Martinez brothers and another 25 guys beat up Rambo like hell. You would normally expect Sylverstone to fight and win that fight scene by kicking all of them, but he loses.

From now on the story makes you feel some kind of pain that is hard. You don't want your hero in the to feel helpless. Rambo lies in a coma for four days. Meanwhile, the cartel guys inject a regular overdose of drugs to Gabrielle. The next short fight scene to save his niece. Sylvester knocks with claw hammer makes you so uneasy and suffocate in your seat. Only the strong-hearted can actually see it with eyes open.

When Sylvester bangs a cartel guy in the head with claw hammer you can actually see the skull crushers and actual brain of that guy. Even though all that stuff is computer graphics you can feel the pain of the bad guy and the painful emotion that was carried by the Sylvester is amazing during the scene. Rambo eventually rescues her and takes to home.
But it happens and Rambo's niece dies in halfway to home due to overdose drugs.

Rambo couldn't take that. He seeks for revenge. With the help of an investigative journalist, he took one of the Martinez brothers head off. The other brother tries to kill Rambo. Rambo being Rambo he prepares his house for war against a Mexican cartel. Rambo fills his hand dig tunnels with the booby traps and waits for bad guys.

The Mexican Cartel guys fell in the booby traps set by Rambo and die one by one. At Last finally, Rambo uses his signature bow and arrow to hold the other brother and kills by slicing his heart out his chest. To watch action scenes you need a good brave heart. The computer graphics are way more violent to watch. The exact pain experienced when the man is suffering was perfectly captured by the director. If you are a human being who can't watch chicken die in front of you in the butcher's shop before cutting into pieces. You shouldn't watch the movie at all.

This movie is just produced just to end the Rambo series. If you are a fan of Rambo and you are expecting something like previous Rambo movies its better watch old movies than this one. No rememberable action sequence, Same old revenge storyline, and same old climax fight.

I expected from this movie is a good thrilling action experience, but I came out of fear of slicing my heart out of my chest.

Just Hakuna Matata: The Lion King


Recently Disney is recreating it's all-time iconic animation movies from the '90s. What I don't understand is why they can't find new stories that are as interesting as the old movies. In the remake also they are not improving much. Few of them are Alladin, Beauty and the Beast and now The Lion King these movies are pretty much same.

The Lion King is directed by Tony Stark’s driver, Jon Favreau, who was the director for Iron Man 1, 2 and the Jungle Book remake, which is the only live-action Disney remake I really liked so far.

So everyone knows the story of the 1994 Disney animation right? It’s basically about a pack of lions that rule an animal kingdom they call the Pride Lands. And somehow there are only three male lions in the whole place. One of them named Mufasa is the leader of the pack and the king of Pride Lands. His evil jealous brother, Scar, wants to take his place but the next in line is Mufasa’s son, Simba.

Scar attempts to murder them both with the help of a pack of hyenas who’re basically outsiders and at war against the lions. And there begins the journey of little Simba who must survive and grow up to be the king he’s born to be. In case any of you young ones have never seen the 1994 animation or Kimba, I shall not spoil it.

Is it better than the 1994 classic? Apart from the visuals, no.

Although I wouldn’t call this a “live-action” remake per se, the visuals are truly photo-realistic. The animals look very real and some of the animals even move like the real thing. They’re adorable. Baby Simba is extremely cute. But they are not expressive enough. There’s a lack of facial expression.


And when the characters talk and sing, their mouths don’t really move accordingly. And I don’t really feel like dialogue is coming from them. It’s just like watching the animals on the National Geographic channel.

Without the voice acting, we wouldn’t know what they’re thinking, feeling and even doing at times. Most of the vocal performances are good but still nowhere as great as the original.

Not sure why they could get the original voice of Mufasa, James Earl Jones, back but not the others such as Jeremy Irons who definitely sounded far more menacing and compelling as Scar than Chiwetel Ejiofor.

The new renditions of the music are good too but the new song Spirit by Beyonce, I’m not sure. Sounds like a weird version of Circle of Life to me. Her voice as the adult Nala is meh. Almost anyone else could’ve done the same. Donald Glover and JD McCrary are pretty good as an adult and young Simba.

But the ones I really enjoyed were Pumbaa and Timon, voiced by Seth Rogan and Billy Eichner respectively. They are genuinely hilarious and I laughed the loudest during that one scene where they referenced another Disney film’s character and song. They are like the best thing about this remake.

Only minor changes were made to the characters like the hyenas being less annoyingly stupid now. The rest of the characters and the story are pretty much identical to the original but without substance.

The development of the main characters and their relationships are much, much weaker. Maybe it’s due to the lack of facial expression from the photorealistic characters or perhaps the execution of the interactions are rushed. I can’t quite pinpoint the reason.


Even the iconic emotional scenes are nowhere near as powerful as the original. And I haven’t rewatched the original again since I was a kid so this remake had fresh bullets to hit me with the heartbreak but it failed. The only feeling I got was a bit of nostalgia perhaps.

In overall, this remake is not as good as the original and again, like I always say, what’s the point of a remake if it’s not going to improve much from the original apart from showing off the current visual effect capabilities?

Nonetheless, I did like that they address a few things well like why other animals agree to be ruled by lions even though they do eat them. I like that the lions are thinner for a reason. Keeping the balance and not overhunting are the responsibilities of the ruler. But Scar still looks skinny years after he’s overfed. And the hyenas towards the end… some things just didn’t make sense to me.

But anyway, just Hakuna Matata while watching it and you’ll probably still enjoy it.


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