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Spider-Man: Homecoming
5 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Spider-man: Homecoming is one of tge most anticipated movie for me this month. I was surprise by its rating which gives me more excitement to see it.

It was realease in Imax and I found it good. Not the best Spider-man movie though. I rate it like 80% only due to its lack of story. It was a whole new story of Peter Parker yet there is something missing.

Andrew Garfield still the best Spider-man with his great fighting scenes and stuffs in past movie. The fighting scene in this one were just normal and I can say boring one. No flipping or kicking at all, just the web shooting thingy which caught my attention because it was pure perfection. The vulture was great! Tbh im more excited to the villain than the hero.

My advice is not to see this in Imax. Theres no point at all. TASM was much better in Imax 3D than this one. You still need to see the movie. Its good but not the best Spider-man movie.

Pitch Perfect 2
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Pitch Perfect 2 was a pure perfection that will entertain you til the end of the film. I rate it 10/10 for its funny humour and jokes. I laugh at the jokes and didn't find it boring. It has full of life and it gives a new texture to a musical film. Like High School Musical meets Step Up movie. The mix of music and conversation was just equal and there are no dead scenes at all. They blow us away with their opening performance and the final performance exceed to the top.

I enjoy this than the first one. It's funnier and the flow of the story is not only focus on Becca but also to the whole group. Rebel Wilson was the saviour of the movie. She acts as the clown and portrays her funny awkward character well. I enjoyed her with the new girl Flo, who will make you laugh with their punch lines.

Avengers: Age of Ultron
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Avenger: Age of Ultron was an entertaining sequel with lots of surprises (only for non comic fan). I'm rating it flat 90 for its incredible effects and well played tag team fights. Let's talk about the three new members.
First are the twins, Quicksilver is different from XDOFP quicksilver. I'm a big fan of x-men and I don't want to be around bias. I prefer the XDOFP Quicksilver, in terms of how they show his power. I was confused how the others can keep up with Pietro as they slow him down showing his power. The effects are kinda weird with white beam of light while he run, I think it's too much for comic counterpart effect. He might be dead but I'm 100% sure he will resurrect for somehow.
Scarlet Witch is the only reason I watch the movie. I was surprise the way the twins speak dye to their funny accent. They made Wanda not that powerful only capable of hypnotizing and projecting telekinesis with her hex bolts. The costume was superb; it's like X-men Evolution costume. Though they treasure her real potential, keeping her real power in the future film. I enjoy her fighting scenes and looking forward to see her probability manipulation in the future.
And finally The Vision, that was the most interesting way on how they introduce him. It blows away my mind. It's pure awesomeness with the use of mind stone to connect in infinity wars. What I enjoy about him is the connection of him and Wanda throughout the end of the film. I'm sensing decimation or M-day if that happens, though it's impossible because only mutants might affect her curse. About the original avengers, they've been used well. Got their separate story and still having a fun way to keep away the seriousness in climax part.
How about the cameo of Ulysses Klau? The Black Panther is on his way to the big screen and I guess it will be an interesting one too.
The mid credit scene is just the beginning of thanks search for infinity stones. Not exciting in my case coz I know it already. I thought it will be Spiderman saying hi to the avengers or the defenders joining same ad ant man. Other than that, I enjoy it. 60% action and 40% conversation which only for hulk and black widow love story made it more romantic.

Big Hero 6
Big Hero 6 (2014)
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

If you're a fan of How To Train Your Dragon or Rise Of The Guardian, I bet you going to like this film. its pack of comedy, action and adventure with a splash of drama.

Big Hero 6 is the story of a boy name Hiro Hamada who befriended with his brother's (Tadashi) invention Baymax, a health care robot. along with his friends Honey Lemon, Wasabi, GoGo Tamago and Fred, they plan a mission to arrest the man who is responsible for his Tadashi's death.

I had laugh throughout the film. it was a roller coaster of emotion which at first you will laugh out loud and then find your self sobbing and then burst to laugh again. this film will surely make you hell crazy.

As a movie lover I already have some ideas about the twist with this kind of film but at some point it manage to balance everything and will never disappoint you. For sure at teh end of the film you wanted to have your own Baymax.

The Fault In Our Stars
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

The Fault In Our Stars was literally a book comes to life. It was a great movie but for a non-book reader it was a purely perfection. I read the book before they planned to make a film adaptation of it and I can say to you that it tore me apart that time. The book did well making me cry like a baby girl as I read it.

I rate it 95% for its perfect plot. The acting was great although I never imagine Shailene as Hazel and Ansel as Gus, but they still did the role right. For a typical Romance/ Drama/ Comedy movie, this is entertaining and it will be more, if you haven't read the book first. The problem is that I know what will gonna happen so in my case or the book readers, there is no suspense at all.

There is just a little disappointment when the scene from the book, most are tear jerking scene and my favourite scene are missing. Most of it is those unforgettable lines and quotes which I was hoping to see in the big screen.

The first was Isaac's talking computer. Those moments are funny yet it was not including in the film. John Green's cameo is missing too and the complete scene of the funeral where Hazel opens the casket. The lines like "My thoughts are stars I can't fathom into constellations."; and "I love you present tense."

Moreover, you will enjoy the film. I just can't decide whether you need to read the book first before watch the movie, but I can tell you the book brings you lot of emotion and tears.