Burnt (2015)

Undercooked. A good plot, with a decent story and an amazing cast, Burnt starts off brilliantly and manages to hold its grip on its viewers for quite a bit of the movie, but then it just drops and melts down by the end of it like an undercooked soufflé, leaving the viewers underwhelmed and unpleasingly wanting for more….

Logan (2017)

A movie that came one too late. ‘Logan’ is everything that was needed in a movie about a violent, enraged, powerful character such as the Wolverine. The sad part about this is that this movie marks as the final installment in the legacy of the original ‘X-Men’ series, with the remaining last two actors of…

The Accountant (2016)

Complex. The plot and story of The Accountant is beautifully intricate and complex to keep the viewer intrigued until the last moment and even leaves them craving for more. A great mixture of suspense, thrill and action, The Accountant does complete justice to the expectations its wonderful trailer raised. The movie beautifully paces itself with…

Inferno (2016)

Gripping. Another Dan Brown’s novel is turned into a somewhat less disappointing motion picture. Inferno held a lot of promise in regards to story-telling and plot and in most cases it did not disappoint. If you haven’t watched it yet, I highly recommend that you catch it atleast once. A similar beginning to every tale…

Game of Thrones – Season 6 Episode 1: “The Red Woman”

Game of Thrones made a triumphant return into our lives with so many plots that it is going to be difficult to keep track of them. The season picked right from where it left us hanging last year. Jon Snow (Played by Kit Harrington), in the snow, dead. No, this doesn’t mean Jon Snow is…

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)

A milestone. That’s what this movie signifies. A milestone in the long and many a times failed fusion of comics and cinema. Even after all the criticism and negative reviews, I believe BvS reigns supreme over all superhero movies and only falls below the Nolan Trilogy. Zack Snyder, quickly took us through the origin of…

Red Hood: The Fallen (Fan Film) (2015)

This is my first fan-film review and I’m only doing this because it superseded my expectation by a huge margin. Usually, when you see a fan-film, you see excited fan boys and girls, in awkward scenes and in shoddy camera work, all this is in comparison to the actual movies. But this fan film is…

Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice – Trailer #2

My second trailer review and it had to be this because, it’s obvious, isn’t it? The second trailer of BvS:DoJ has dropped and can I just tell you that it’s mind-blowing! It’s everything that you want out of a trailer and more. It gives you an intense sneak-peak what awaits for us on the other…

The Man in the High Castle – Season 1 Episode 1: “The New World”

Amazing. I watched the pilot episode of The Man in the High Castle last night, and it was amazing. Some would even say life-altering. The show is rich in suspense, drama, action and conspiracy. Everything that a World War buff like me would need. The episode starts with establishing how the Axis powers won the…

Tunes for Today

Hey guys! So there is some big change here at Flicks for Tonight. WE’RE EXPANDING. I would first like to thank all my readers out there for reading all my entries and making this blog a success. Today, my best friend and I have decided to expand to a different field beyond the silver screen…

Me and Earl and The Dying Girl (2015)

Genuine. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl belongs to the rare category of movies where the movie is genuine, true and completely relatable. No over done plot, exaggerated story and unnecessary romantic interjections. Me and Earl and The Dying Girl is what a high-school-teenage movie is supposed to be like. The movie’s plot is…

Spectre (2015)

Textbook. James Bond is back with his class, chivalry and a cold face of an agent with a license to kill. Spectre sticks to the ‘Bond-Film-Formula’ and viewers aren’t shown anything out of the ordinary in comparison to the other Bond films, apart from one change, which is extremely irritating. The movies starts off with…