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Movie Ratings and Reviews

Real Steel
Real Steel(2011)

I wouldn't be surprised if they also use robots to play golf in that world. Real Steel is really just a desperate attempt at gathering attention to a tasteless and empty shell.


This eccentric French film will be sure to thoroughly entertain any movie-goers.

The Adventures of Tintin

I'm pretty interested as to how Steven Spielberg will portray Herge's work in this upcoming film.

Happy Feet Two

Sure, bring your children to this vibrant musical film but don't forget to bring something to keep yourself sane till the end.

Norwegian Wood

Gorgeous cinematography with a highly intense moment near the end. The only drawback is that this film contains some unnerving contents, but that's just Haruki Murakami.

The Lion King

Absolutely nothing can beat a Disney's classic such as the Lion King. With breath-taking soundtrack and an ageless story, we've got to wonder why the people at Disney decided to included the cheap 3D gimmick. It's so depressing to see the exuberant colours of the original horribly dimmed down by the despicable 3D gloss.

Final Destination 5

If you come into the cinema seeking gory entertainment then this is the best choice for you.

Otherwise, there's really nothing for the other movie goers. Plot is highly predictable and characters are basically dummies prone to kill themselves one bloody way or the other.

Mildred Pierce

One of the classic films about a determined woman wanting all the best for her precious daughter, only to have things out of hand later on.

Okuribito (Departures)

An amazingly beautiful film that goes into the deepest details about a noble occupation that has not been receiving good recognition from the general public.

Everything is excellent but I often wonder whether it's gone too far in some parts to turn itself into a pathetic sob fest.

The Secret World of Arrietty

Lovely sceneries and music but I'm pretty dissatisfied at the lack of character development.


This film is perfect for younger audiences as it taps into their limitless imagination.

More mature audiences, however, may find the plot a bit lackluster for their liking.


Charming characters, impressive scenery and a very emotional storyline shows that Disney is still capable of delivering us unforgettable masterpieces and successful tear-jerkers (apologise for the lack of a better word).

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Throughout the film, the audience was treated with scenes of indistinguishable metal scraps and terribly boring plot, can't describe how glad I was when the movie ended.

Frankly, a mountain of explosives would not save Michael Bay from ending up on my 'No-no list'.

Tron Legacy
Tron Legacy(2010)

The CGI awes are there but the plot doesn't really leave a memorable impression.

Gulliver's Travels

In contrary some reviews, this was an entertaining movie that kept everyone awake to the end with it's dynamic storyline and easily-accessible humour (though some may find it a bit too shallow for their liking).

The Tourist
The Tourist(2010)

A great combination between beautiful scenery, Johnny Depp's excellent acting and a nice twist at the end that no doubts surprises many movie-goers.

Spirited Away

Hayao Miyazaki has outdone himself by creating an amazing animation that will enthrall movie-goers of all ages.
Along the thrilling adventure of Chihiro to find her parents (and her past), the audience are generously treated with invariably scenic views and captivating music composed by Joe Hisaishi.