MOVIES

GAL GADOT ATTEMPTS “A MISSION IMPOSSIBLE” IN NETFLIX’S “HEART OF STONE”

The film kicks off with an intense sequence before the title credits roll, showcasing an MI6 team: field agents Parker (Dornan) and Yang (Jing Lusi), communications and transport specialist Bailey (Paul Ready), and the rookie tech officer Rachel Stone (Gadot). Their mission? To apprehend Europe’s top arms trafficker, Mulvaney (Enzo Cilenti), who’s been enticed by an exclusive gambling event at a casino nestled in the Italian Alps.

RUSHI KOTA’S “MAKE ME A MATCH” BRINGS DESI PERSPECTIVE TO HALLMARK’S FARE

Vivi’s app, Data Mate, has reached 20 million users, but she’s troubled by its lack of success in creating lasting relationships. Enter Raina (Rekha Sharma), a traditional matchmaker with a 95% success rate. Together with her son Bhumesh, nicknamed “Boom” (Rushi Kota), they embark on a journey to blend old-world wisdom with modern technology.

PARK SEO JOON’S NEW UNDERDOG COMEDY ON NETFLIX “DREAM” HITS HOME

Park Seo-Joon portrays a footballer whose popularity plummets after a regrettable incident where he pokes a guy in the eye. Struggling to reclaim his sportsman status, his team decides to capitalize on his handsome face and turn him into a celebrity. Meanwhile, IU shines as Lee So-Min, a determined individual looking to establish her reputation by creating a compelling documentary.

IT’S TOM CRUISE V NO ONE IN MISSION IMPOSSIBLE DEAD RECKONING PART ONE

In the aftermath of the fallout from “Fallout,” Ethan Hunt, played by Cruise, finds himself faced with the task of rebuilding and reassessing the significance and value of the Mission he is dedicated to. A malevolent artificial intelligence enemy is causing havoc by dismantling global infrastructure, and Ethan must navigate a complex web of allies and adversaries hot on his trail.

EVEN PIERCE BROSNAN COULD NOT SAVE NETFLIX’S “THE OUTLAWS”

Owen Browning (Adam Devine) is a straitlaced bank manager about to marry the love of his life, Parker (Nina Dobrev). When his bank is held up by the infamous Ghost Bandits during his wedding week, he believes his future in-laws (Pierce Brosnan and Ellen Barkin), who just arrived in town, are the infamous outlaws.

SUDHIR MISHRA’S AFWAH IS HARD HITTING AND RELEVANT CINEMA

Rahab, a prominent advertising executive, and Nivi, an heiress with political ties, find themselves trapped in a web of deceit spun by social media, leaving them with no safe haven. Directed by Sudhir Mishra, the film powerfully portrays the perils of unfounded rumors and their potential to wreak havoc on individuals’ lives. The narrative delves into the intricate theories surrounding the protagonists’ actions, further intensifying the drama in this compelling and socially relevant cinematic piece.

TIKU WEDS SHERU IS A CUTE ONE-TIME WATCH

Tiku and Sheru radiate unyielding optimism and a shared zeal for Bollywood, but their rose-colored glasses obstruct them from recognizing the stark reality, a theme that persists until the film’s conclusion.

CHRIS HEMWORTH’S EXTRACTION 2 ON NETFLIX IS ACTION GOLD

In the inaugural “Extraction,” Tyler’s most significant trait was his sheer fearlessness, primarily fueled by the deep-seated guilt of having deserted his terminally ill son. This emotional subplot, briefly touched upon in the first movie, is delved into more extensively in the sequel.

SPIDERMAN ACROSS THE SPIDERVERSE IS A MASTERPIECE

Spiderman Across the Spiderverse is absolutely sublime. Every frame of this visually stunning and intricately detailed animation is utterly mesmerizing. It takes the core themes of the first film – the challenges of adolescence, breakdowns in communication, the chaotic journey of self-discovery, and finding one’s tribe – and constructs entire worlds around them.

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