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Wish Upon centers on Clare, your average girl-next-door protagonist. Clare, being bullied in school, finds trouble fitting in and hopes for her life to change. This happens when her dad, a dumpster-digging debonair, finds an ornately carved box and gifts it to Clare for her birthday. Clare soon discovers that this box grants its owner […]

If you’re walking into this movie expecting war, blood, guts and glory, turn away now. This period piece set in late World War II has none of that. Come into the excitement of an ongoing battle where the trials of emotions rock the strong Churchill. You will be pleasantly surprised, too, by the unexpected warm […]

Viceroy’s House tells the story of the Partition of India in 1947, and the internal struggle of the Viceroy’s family, political, and religious leaders, to come together for what would be best for post-British Independent India. Lord Mountbatten, played by Hugh Bonneville, is given the duty of leading India to her independence from Britain as […]

“Colossal” is a movie that centers on the theme of becoming something bigger than yourself – literally. The story follows Gloria (played by Anne Hathaway), a broke, jobless woman who’s just been kicked out by her boyfriend. Her seemingly uneventful life takes a turn when a giant monster appears in Seoul – a monster that follows […]

Dead Awake truly is a remarkable film in that despite the fact that it’s burdened by silly tropes, cliches, and mediocre acting, it manages to stay thoroughly amusing and entertaining until the very last scene. You often find yourself rooting for characters you didn’t realize you loved and, in my case, immensely disliking characters presenting […]

Hidden Figures is a 2016 American biographical drama film directed by Theodore Melfi and co-written by Allison Schroeder. The movie is based of a non-fiction book of the same title by Margot Lee Shetterly, about female African-American mathematicians working at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The film stars Taraji P. Henson as Katherine G. Johnson, an African-American mathematician who calculated flight […]

The newest addition to the Disney franchise, Moana, is already becoming another success for the company, by beating the world renown, Frozen, for drawing a preview record of US$2.6 million, compared to the latter at US$1.2 million.

Zootopia In Cinemas: 3 March 2016 Running Time: 1h 48 minutes Rating: 4.5/5 stars Don’t let the cute facade of Zootopia infatuate you. It’s probably guaranteed that Zootopia will tickle the funny bones of many young children, but for the teenagers and the adults, Zootopia cleverly touches on deeper issues and lessons, perhaps a subtle […]

This year’s Singapore International Film Festival featured a wide and remarkable selection of films, many of which left me with a sense of awe and satisfaction. The Singapore Panorama shorts 1 is no exception, featuring works by well known names such as Ho Tzu Nyen and Liao Jiekai, as well as Jerrold Chong, Sim Chi […]

Star Wars: The Force Awakens In Cinemas: 17 December Running Time: 2h 16 minutes Rating: 4/5 stars [WARNING: This review contains spoilers!] The familiar metallic hum of lightsabers sounded as a row of fans sitting in the middle simultaneously swooshed their replicas about. The just-darkened cinema hall was immediately illuminated by the red, blue, green […]


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