THE NEST movie review

It’s been about 10 years since American indie thriller Martha Marcy May Marlene showed the world which of the Olsen sisters could play a young woman trapped in a cult. Since then, we’ve seen a lot of movie star Elizabeth Olsen. He can now be found on the small screen of WandaVision. But Sean Durkin,… Continue reading THE NEST movie review

Solitary movie review

At that time, the British sent their criminals and what became the United States to Australia. In 2044, they are sent into space. That’s the idea behind the VFX man turning the Solitary movie by director Luke Armstrong. Based on a small film of the same name, it was shot within 14 days and completed… Continue reading Solitary movie review

Aftermath movie review

Movies that start with a “real life” card are often scary. Often, they are used as cheap gimmicks to arouse the viewers ’interest when this story, in fact, is not really true. The next thing starts like this – use a name card, then we go through 911 calls and murder. As the credits move… Continue reading Aftermath movie review

Jungle Cruise movie review

Nothing you’ve ever seen on a Jungle Cruise; despite the good production, the 3D is beautifully translated. Also reminiscent of the Caribbean Pirates movie – taking Jungle Cruise as another sequel to the theme park tour – there are pieces of the Indiana Jones movie The Mummy and The African Queen. That doesn’t mean this… Continue reading Jungle Cruise movie review