A touching story about Queen Victoria and her closest confidant, "Victoria & Abdul" is narratively thin but mildly satisfying for viewers who like royalty-commoner tales.
"A Bad Moms Christmas" impresses with hilariously well-written dialogues delivered by a fantastic cast who flawlessly portrays six unique yet relatable mom personalities.
"Brad’s Status” lets us into the mind of a 47-year-old man and his struggle with his midlife crisis, serving both as a rude awakening and mirror for those obsessed with social status.
Apart from mixing dry humour and classic Thai-commercial gags and slow-mos, Oversize Cops makes the best out of a mediocre cast with the help of an incredible script and fantastic editing.
"Tornado Girl" is a coming-of-age rom-com packed with embarrassingly funny yet relatable encounters of a socially awkward 30-something Japanese as he discovers himself.
"Sky Hunter" shows promising special effects and technical excellence, but the overemphasis on Chinese patriotism can be off-putting and overshadows the characters, whom should be the key focus even for a military film.
An outlier in the widely popular based-on-a-true-story genre, "Only The Brave" will make you laugh and tear through exceptional storytelling, meaningful character arcs and stellar performances.
A film that will make space geeks squeal, Geostorm takes your breath away with astounding visual effects and soundtracks to compensate for its far-fetched plot.
Nothing but mechanical aliens, guns and lasers, Revolt is shot very much like a video game with impressive visual effects but mediocre plot and characterisations.
The Foreigner doesn’t say much other than the extent to which a father would go to avenge his daughter’s murder, but worthwhile if you’re into cat-and-mouse hunts and decent action sequences.