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Heist, Car Chase, and Music: Baby Driver Review

I was ecstatic to find out that Baby Driver was finally coming to Indonesia! I’d been wanting to see this film ever since I saw the trailer, like, back in March? It came out in America around June, and I had to wait more than two months to finally see it. Thankfully, the wait was worth it because I really enjoyed watching it! Continue Reading

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Dunkirk (2017) Review

I’m gonna be honest with you. I hadn’t heard about the Battle of Dunkirk, or the Dunkirk evacuation, before the news of Christopher Nolan’s newest project arrived. After learning about it and patiently waiting for the movie, I finally watched it last weekend (and today!). My thoughts? Christopher Nolan is one of the greatest filmmakers ever.

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Wonder Woman Review

Girl. GIRL GURL. What a time to be alive as a woman! Wonder Woman was one fantastic superhero film. I was IMPRESSED. Tell you what, this is the movie I’m gonna be talking about all month. Continue Reading

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Logan Review

Where to start? To say that Logan was a remarkable movie would be an understatement. It was more than just “remarkable” or “astounding”. Nonetheless, I was awed and immensely touched by it.

That’s a rare effect, seeing it came from a superhero movie. Continue Reading

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Review

I might sound like a broken record every time I express my deep and profound love (or obsession?) for Harry Potter. I don’t want to bore you with details; let’s just say it was almost my everything. Yes, that sounds terribly exaggerating, but you should’ve seen me in my younger years to understand what I mean.

It all ended in 2011. But one day in 2013 some news about wizarding world dropped and once again shook the world. Or at least mine. Continue Reading

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Holding Up the Universe Review

To be honest with you, I don’t keep up with upcoming releases unless it’s a part of a series that I’ve been following e.g. Harry Potter or The Fever Code. So I was a bit surprised to see that there was a new book from Jennifer Niven coming out soon. I loved All the Bright Places, so I was really hoping that the new book, Holding Up the Universe, would be as good.

It was even better.

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A Disappointing Adaptation | Miss Peregrine Review

When I found out that there would be an adaptation of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and Tim Burton would be the one directing it, I knew this film would have an amazing story line and great visual. I have to be honest though, I haven’t delved much into his filmography. I gotta say that Alice in Wonderland is my favorite, with Charlie and the Chocolate Factory coming in a close second.

Unfortunately, Miss Peregrine didn’t quite live up to my expectation.

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The Cursed Child Review

Before getting into the review of The Cursed Child itself, I want to tell you about this little story first. I don’t think many people who aren’t Indonesians (or at least were in Indonesia at that time) were aware about this “drama” in Indonesia when the last Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II, came out here 2011. Basically there was a film boycott in the first 6 months of 2011 back then and we weren’t getting films from major studios like Warner Bros and such in the cinemas.

I was ready to book a plane ticket to Singapore just to see the last film of Harry Potter ever.  Continue Reading

suicide squad review

Are You the Devil? | Suicide Squad Review

When the first Suicide Squad trailer hit the internet last year, with that haunting “I Started a Joke” cover in the background, it immediately captured my heart. My initial reaction was I had to see this as soon as it hit theaters. From the look of it, I imagined this movie to be that kind that has every little bit of madness, peculiarity, and brilliance. Just the right type for me. Plus, it’s DC. Ever since I was introduced to Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, I’ve been rooting for stories from DC Comics. Personally, I like darker stories, which so far what Warner Bros has been selling.

But a year later, after seeing the movie just last week, has it satisfied my high expectations? Continue Reading