1. Never Steal A Man’s Second Chance: Honest Thief Movie Review : Honest performances power this Liam Neeson actioner.
REVIEW: Tom Carter (Liam Neeson), branded as the ‘in and out bandit’ by police and media for his slick bank robberies. Suddenly decides to take the high road and surrender. He wants to return the entire $9 million in cash from the twelve banks he robbed. In return, he wants to negotiate a reduced sentence and get full visitation rights.
The reason for this change of heart is Annie (Kate Walsh) – a spunky middle-aged divorcee. Who he has been seeing since only a year.
At first Tom’s attempts to surrender discarded as prank calls by the FBI officials, but finally. Two young officers Agent Nivens (Jai Courtney) and Agent Hall (Anthony Ramos) assigned to check the veracity of his claims.
And here comes a twist in the tale that ends up in an unexpected adventure, complete with intense gunfights, assaults, car chases and murders.
68-year-old Neeson is in control of this thriller that begins like a simple meet-cute routine of a heartwarming and mature love story. But it quickly turns into a fast moving, edge-of-the-seat kinda experience.
2. Greenland Movie Review : An emotionally gritty and impactful disaster flick.
REVIEW: John Garrity (Gerard Butler) isn’t exactly having a great day. Thanks to his strained relationship with his wife Allison (Morena Baccarin) and a 7-year-old son, who is diabetic. But their lives are about to take a dramatic turn as a deadly comet is about to strike planet earth.
Like most others, the Garritys are following the news of the fast progressing doomsday on TV but the disaster hits much closer home when a comet strikes their own neighbourhood.
A ray of hope comes in the form of a government message that says the Garritys have been chosen for a safe passage to an undisclosed military location. They asked to report to the nearest military airbase.
This even as their friends wonder why only the Garritys are the chosen ones. Not sparing a thought for the less fortunate ones, John Garrity immediately gets going.
He vehemently ignores the pleas of their friendly neighbour to take her kid along because the message clearly states that only his family is chosen. Somehow beating the traffic and rampant lootings on the road, the Garritys reach the military base. But realise that their son’s insulin pack has been left behind in the car.
3. Antebellum Movie Review : A gripping social commentary with suspense and thrill.
REVIEW: With an elaborate opening scene, shot in slo-mo that seems like a single take. Writer-director duo Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz set the stage for a mystifying tale of horrors.
We transported to a lush green slave plantation in Louisiana. Where white American Confederate soldiers have enslaved a bunch of black people.
Dressed in colonial era costumes, the black slaves are renamed, not allowed to speak without permission, assaulted mercilessly and even killed, if they do not toe the line.
Eden (Janelle Monáe), a young black woman is a rebellion at heart, but knows only too well that she needs to wait for the right opportunity to escape. She has witnessed brutal killings of her ilk at the hands of cruel white soldiers ดูหนังฟรี.