Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is a visual treat but the writing felt lacking. I didn't like the story, be it the character chosen to play villain, or the unanswered question of an essential charter relevant to the storyline gone missing. Random superhero appearances in the other multiverse seemed a great addition at first but they were not utilized, you blink and they are gone. This turned out to be another disappointing outing in the MCU Phase 4. The only character I enjoyed was Benedict Wong as Wong and Sam Raimi's imagination of zombie Dr. Strange.
Fantastic Beasts the Secrets of Dumbledore is a good watch, among the series it is the best one when it came to the technical aspect but at the same time, it felt to be the weakest of the movies as it was missing the magical elements which made its predecessors such a fun watch. There were hardly any new creatures introduced, also the humor was toned by a lot. Jessica Williams Hicks was the fresh face bringing lots of charms to the otherwise straightforward storyline where nothing much happens.
Death on the Nile is a murder mystery film based on the book of the same name by Agatha Christie. It is a sequel to the Murder on the Orient Express which I had really enjoyed and felt this one is even better even though the star cast is not as good as the earlier movie. I was left guessing who the murderer was right till the end. Kenneth Branagh reprising of the eccentric detective Hercule Poirot is a treat to watch.
Uncharted is an action-adventure film based on a game franchise of the same name. Considering the star cast and the thrilling trailer, I was expecting a lot more than what was offered. In the end, it is a soulless CGI fuelled action-adventure which can be given a miss.