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Parking (Movie Review) – The Battle of Fragile Ego


Parking is a domestic drama in a thrilling tone by Ramkumar Balakrishnan. The director takes the story to a much darker place, revealing the consequences of a hurt ego. The movie is all about an egoistic clash between two gentlemen due to a parking slot in their residential area. Parking is an exploration of human dynamics, centred around a seemingly …

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Reacher (Review) – Alan Ritchson Makes Reacher a Great Series


Reacher is an American action crime series by Nick Santora for Amazon Prime Video. The series is based on the Jack Reacher book series by Lee Child. It stars Alan Ritchson as the title character. He’s a self-proclaimed hobo and former US Army military policeman with formidable strength, intellect and abilities.During his travels, Jack crosses dangerous criminals and committed to …

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Animal (Review) – Shameful Portrayal of a Toxic as Hero

“Animal” directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, offers a captivating experience with impressive background music, some good songs, and technical finesse. However, the film stumbles in terms of story strength and screenplay execution. It features temporal shifts that lack coherence and fail to enhance the narrative. ~ “Animal” unfolds as a misguided cinematic endeavour, raising red flags for its portrayal of …

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The Lincoln Lawyer (Review) – An Entertaining Legal Drama

The Lincoln Lawyer is an American legal drama series۔ It’s created for Netflix by David E. Kelley and developed by Ted Humphrey. The drama is based on the books of Michael Connelly. The starring of The Lincoln Lawyer is Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Neve Campbell, Becki Newton, Jazz Raycole, Angus Sampson, and Christopher Gorham. Manuel Garcia-Rulfo plays the lead role of Mickey …

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Fool Me Once (Review) – It’s a Well Crafted Suspense Thriller Series

Fool Me Once

Fool Me Once released on 1st January on Netflix. It is an adaptation of the Harlan Coben novel with the same name. “Fool Me Once” is a captivating series that will keep you hooked on your seat from start to end. ~ The story of Fool Me Once follows an ex female army officer (brilliantly performed by Michelle Keegan). She …

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