Secret Superstar Movie Review

As Mumma’s girl, I would rate this movie with five stars for showing an impeccable relationship between the perfect duo of Insia and her mother Najma, played by Meher Vij. The movie stars Aamir Khan as Shakti Kumar who plays an award-hungry music composer and Zaria plays the role of Insia , a young teenage … Read more

VIP 2 Movie Review

Dhanush is back with the second installment of the highly appreciated Tamil film “Velaiyilla Pattathari” also known by the name VIP. This time around, Son-In-Law of Superstar Rajinikanth will be sharing the screen space with none other than the Bollywood actress Kajol. The movie is set to earn huge profits as the prequel was liked … Read more

Toilet Ek Prem Katha Review

Keshav (Akshay Kumar) and Jaya (Bhumi Pednekar) are from two villages near Mathura, where at least 80% of households are without any access to toilets. Conflict comes knocking on the first day of their marriage, when Jaya leaves Keshav’s house, after discovering that there is no toilet in the home. Distraught and desperate, Keshav sets … Read more

Annabelle Creation Review – The Prequel of Scares and Thrills

Annabelle: Creation adds another strong chapter to the Conjuring franchise – and confirms that freaky-looking dolls remains a verified means of petrifying the audience.

I am a horror movie buff. I have been an ardent audience for the whole conjuring series. When I got to know that “Annabelle: Creation” was releasing on 18 Aug 2017. Honestly, I thought I would not watch the movie in the theater considering I was really disappointed by “Annabelle”. Thank the Almighty ! after seeing tweets & posts about the movie the horror movie fanatic in me lead me to the theater. Luckily, I was not disappointed this time.

Annabelle Creation – Plot

Mr. & Mrs. Mullins suffer the tragic loss when their darling daughter bee dies in a car accident. Twelve years later, Mr. & Mrs. Mullins allow Sister Charlotte orphan girls from a shuttered orphanage to stay at their house as they wait to be adopted. Upon arriving at the Mullins home, the girls – including best friends Janice (Talitha Bateman) and Linda (Lulu Wilson) – become besotted with the place, eager to explore the house & pamper themselves with luxuries in the house.

The arrangement for the girls stay is made on the upper floor. As, one room remains locked off & no one is allowed to enter that room. However, one night Janice who is specially able receives a mysterious note & walks into the forbidden room, encounters the “doll” that is bizarre & Janice unintentionally sets the demonic presence in the doll free. Transforming a safe sanctuary for the girls into a terrible nightmare.

Annabelle Creation Review

The fourth film in the Conjuring franchise, Annabelle: Creation is a prequel to 2014’s Annabelle and explores the origins of the possessed doll that has been featured in previous instalments.

Hands down! Sandberg potentially is the star of the movie. Once again demonstrating his eye for crafting engrossing horror sequences that leave the audience on the edge of their seats.I personally loved how Sandberg includes the real Raggedy Ann doll towards the end of the movie.The star cast of the film does an amazing job & the performances of both the child artists standout. The technical aspects of the movie are very strong. From the lighting to the sound everything creates that spooky aura & a blood curdling atmosphere that will linger even after the credits have rolled.Much like the original Conjuring, Creation doesn’t overly rely on jump scares.

Unfortunately, the same cannot be said about the script. Creation contains more than its fair share of well-known horror movie cliches.

In the end, Annabelle: Creation makes for a thrill ride for horror enthusiasts like me– especially those who have been following the Conjuring franchise from the beginning. It doesn’t exactly break new ground, but the prequel is a fine addition to the property.

Final Verdict: 3/5

The Nut Job 2 Movie Review

Surly and his friends, Buddy, Andie and Precious discover that the mayor of Oakton City is cracking one big hustle to build a giant amusement park, which in turn will destroy their home, which is the city park, and it’s up to them and the rest of the park animals to stop the mayor, along with his daughter and a mad animal control officer from getting away with his scheme, and take back their home, their park.

Movie Genre – Animation / Adventure/ Comedy/ Family

The Nut Job 2 Cast Overview (Voices)

  • Will Arnett- Surly
  • Katherine Heigl – Andie
  • Maya Rudolph – Precious
  • Jackie Chan – Mr. Feng
  • Isabela Moner – Heather
  • Peter Stormare – Gunther
  • Bobby Cannavale – Frankie
  • Bobby Moynihan – The Mayor
  • Jeff Dunham – Mole
  • Gabriel Iglesias – Jimmy
  • Sebastian Maniscalco – Johnny
  • Tom Kenny – Buddy
  • Kari Wahlgren – Jamie
  • Rob Tinkler – Redline

Honest The Nut Job 2 Movie Review

Okay. Honestly my first reaction was “Is there actually a previous Nut Job?” and indeed there was one.

Strange happenstance forces the squirrels (and chipmunks and groundhogs and other related rodents) back into their old park and away from the lusty, peanut butter-y embrace of the Nut Shop, where they mostly whine about being hungry. Meanwhile, the city’s fat cat mayor (energetically voiced by Bobby Moynihan) — a chubby, orange-haired man who doesn’t seem to have much in the way of political experience, though he does have an overbearing young daughter — hits upon an idea to make money off the last remaining bit of marketable land: Liberty Park, which the mayor wants to turn into an amusement park, built entirely to fill his pockets (and possibly kill a few constituents while he’s at it). And to built an amusement park, he need to get rid of squirrels, so he stages a party of destruction with bulldozers and squirrel traps. However, Surly and his friends do their best to scamper out of the way, but that only adds to the disaster.

The Nut Job 2, an animated entertainment, lacks several key factors: memorable characters, a fun story, and most importantly jokes that will appeal to adults as well as little kids. The one thing it does not lack is visual momentum , and the cityscape images, with their lavish picture-book clarity, remind you that the level of visual accomplishment in today’s digitally animated features has now reached to a point where the animation can seduce your eye into distracting your ear from what would otherwise seem a mindless and foolish enterprise.

The plot of The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature is slim and unoriginal , but at the very least there are continued positive lessons about teamwork and friendship. Home, these animals believe, isn’t about biological instincts to be out in the woods but rather their commitment to be with one another.

If all the above is to be summarised, the only good parts are a sweet flashback to how Surly and Buddy became friends and the fact that Jackie Chan voices the leader of a huge crew of adorable white mice (Adorably cute, Yes I said it!) with amazing kung-fu skills. They’re cuddly and wide-eyed — but never call them “cute,” or they will hurt you. Other than that part of the story, when the mice martial artists make themselves known, there’s just not a lot to propel the movie beyond the level of quality that parents willingly go through to make their kids happy. But parents — and the kids — deserve more from family-friendly movies than unnecessary sequels with nothing considerable to contribute or say.

Favourite Quote

Mr. Feng: DON’T… Call Me CUTE!

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Transformers: The Last Knight (Spoiler- Free) Movie Review

Name of Movie: Transformers: The Last Knight Director: Michael Bay Main Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Stanley Tucci, Laura Haddock, Isabela Moner, John Turturro To start with, the fifth installment of the Transformers franchise had a high amount of anticipation, but along with it, there were also assumptions that the movie won’t bring anything different … Read more