The 2018 Peter Rabbit movie is an adaption of Beatrix Potter’s book of similar name, both focus on the mischievous rabbit. The book’s idea is simple like a Cat & Mouse chase; it is about hide and seek game between Peter and Mr. McGregor whose farm gets destroyed.
The movie is set in ancient Israel and Samson isn’t just a well-trained warrior, he is a kind of God. This elevates the no-new idea a bit. It was being felt a theatre drama, I enjoyed it watching.
I found Monster High: Haunted among the most interesting movies of the franchise; it has a ghostly theme which also brings fascination. In the movie, the Ghoul friends has a large impact, however it focuses more on new characters this time.
12 strong showcases the first military operation to answer Taliban in its own land Afghanistan after 9/11 attacks. The idea becomes worthy and interesting itself.
Electrified also talks about a hazard to the Monster community. In the movie, Ghoul friends are trying to collaborate the community with humans; however a Ghoul hates humans and plans to scare them.
Padmaavat showcases a cruel and immoral ruler who wants a beautiful queen at any cost; we all have seen and been told such tales since childhood.
Boo York also showcases the same where the Ghouls go to the most fascinating city of Boo York for a gala. Considering the targeted audience, such adventures are always compelling.
There are two main ideas work behind the movie; one is the land of Wakanda whose people don’t let the outside world to know about their riches and the second one is the conflict for throne among the royal family.
For such mainstream cinema, Pacific Rim is a really worthy flick to watch. I call it a cinematic mainstream movie. And, it couldn’t have been much better with such concept.
I found Accident Man among the most entertaining and well implemented action-crime movies I have seen. Though the concept doesn’t bring anything to cheer, but the movie is set really well.