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April 6, 2018

These days, some political dramas don’t really need Oliver Stone or Steven Spielberg to retell the truth about corruption in the past. We can sometimes rely on other filmmakers or Indie distributors to entertain us. And as far as I’m concerned half the people know the stories, so they probably wouldn’t bother seeing them, and… Read More ›

The Death of Stalin

It’s not often I say this in my reviews, in fact, I don’t think I’ve ever said it in my reviews, but “The Death of Stalin” is wickedly funny. It’s a political satire about his demise and the comrades who deal with the not-so tragic issue. Joseph Stalin, one of the most ruthless dictators in… Read More ›

The 15:17 to Paris

I was on a tight schedule, given that no Thursday night screenings of “The 15:17 to Paris” or “Peter Rabbit” were given, which is why I’m late with these reviews. But I went to them as soon as I could. “The 15:17 to Paris,” the latest entry from the brilliant Clint Eastwood, is noteworthy for… Read More ›

12 Strong

An unorthodox thing happened to me while I was watching “12 Strong.” I had a stomach ache, and I had to use the bathroom, so I missed a few parts of it. But what am I missing? A few explosions, bullets, and banters between Americans and foreigners-generic stuff. The movie focuses on the soldiers who… Read More ›

The Post

Why did I love Steven Spielberg’s “The Post?” It could be because I’m a journalist. It could be that I’m a young man who loves hearing all this government/journalism talk in movies. It could be its true life story is important even in the Trump Era. And it could be Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks… Read More ›

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