Movies

Netflix’s The Last Paradiso Review: Cheating Husbands

The Last Paradiso is awkward and uninteresting and makes us follow a cheating protagonist. It never really invests our interests.

Netflix’s Black Beach Review: Just Enough

Netflix's Black Beach is competent enough to keep you entertained, but brings nothing new to the table.

Netflix’s Double Dad Review: Who’s your Daddy?

Double Dad is a story about a girl who goes searching for her father after her mother leaves her to join the hippies.

Netflix’s Below Zero Review: Cold Revenge

Below Zero is a good one-time action movie that keeps you entertained for the most part. Although predictable, it's still pretty enjoyable.

Netflix’s The Dig Review: Relationships and Archaeology

The Dig is an understated and quiet exploration of relationships during a historic excavation. Although it lacks a few sparks, it still manages to touch a few heart strings.

Netflix’s June and Kopi Review: Two Good Boys

June and Kopi is a movie about two dogs and that's all that we probably need to know about it.

Netflix’s Penguin Bloom Review: Squawk!

Penguin Bloom hits the right notes with its lovely story, great performances and a cute-as-a-button magpie.

Netflix’s The White Tiger Review: Chicken Coop

The White Tiger takes an energetic and witty look at the caste and poverty problems in India through the eyes of a white tiger.

Netflix’s What Would Sophia Loren Do? Review: New Age Tribute

What Would Sophia Loren Do? is a documentary of the new age which pays a tribute to Sophia Loren.

Disney+ Hotstar’s Bhoomi Review: No Reality

Bhoomi is a story about a man who works in NASA and goes back to visit his village in India only to see the struggle and plight of the villagers.

Netflix’s So My Grandma’s a Lesbian! Review: No One’s Laughing

So My Grandma's a Lesbian underperforms due to the myriad of unnecessary side-plots and absolutely annoying characters.

Netflix’s Tribhanga Review: Womanhood and Strength

Tribhanga is a story of 3 generations of women and how they live their lives carrying certain burdens from their past. Stream It or Skip It? Read Here.