Traitor

A Pretentious Close-Call. Nachmanoff is far from being serious about the sincerity he ought to ooze in such geo-political themed film, the final answer is unbearable. With none whatsoever rhythm, this overly ridden feature relies upon the caliber of the promising cast, which they hold on to it as always. The first act, a sleazy…

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Spy

Armed For No Reason. Feig’s take on the James Bond-s of the genre is impeccably impressive with faulty gadgets, dull mobile, questionable action sequences and slow chase scenes. Who’d have thought that compilation of these disasters is what’s going to elevate the film into a hilarious zone. His film shines only when he fumbles- deliberately…

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Spy Game

A Bit Louder Than Anticipated. Scott’s game among spies is more thrilling as a desk job than it is on field. Split into two bits, the Redford part undeniably steals the show with a large margin, whilst Pitt’s sequences, no matter how hungry for blazing guns or breathtaking chase sequences or big explosions, feels like…

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Batman Returns

Madness Toned Down. Burton’s one more take on this dark DC universe can be categorized as our guilty pleasure, similar to its predecessor. And similar to it, the writers are basically shooting in dark, with banal sequences and characteristics- that may or may not work- they are moving with an incredible pace to reach in…

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