1. A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood Movie Review : Poignant and heartfelt story.
REVIEW: In 1998, Lloyd Vogel (Matthew Rhys), a journalist for Esquire, is assigned to do a feel-good piece on Fred Rogers. The beloved creator, showrunner and host of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood ดูหนังฟรี.
Lloyd is a cynical, but an award-winning journalist who has an estranged relationship with his father, Jerry (Chris Cooper). A recent father, Lloyd tries to balance his personal and professional lives, but struggles when he meets Jerry again.
Meanwhile, he is frustrated by his interactions with Fred Rogers, who seems to be more focused on getting to know Lloyd, rather than answering his questions, making a seemingly straightforward assignment tougher than it should be.
2. Trolls World Tour Movie Review : Music genres battle it out in this visual grandeur.
REVIEW: Poppy and Branch (voice by Justin Timberlake) are thick as thieves and have grown up to become wonderful trolls – she, the queen of pop kingdom and he, her favourite associate/ best friend.
On a fateful day, as the troll gang is about to wrap up their morning charade, a letter drops from above, announcing that a massive world tour – titled ‘One Nation Under Rock World Tour’ – is being organised by the queen of rock, Barb.
Rumour has it that Barb is ruthless and wants to snatch the strings away from all the five other dominant troll kingdoms – Funk, Classical, Country, Techno and Pop.
But Poppy is a sweetheart and sees the good in people. Which is why she embarks on a journey to help Barb reunite all the kingdoms. Had parted ways generations ago owing to high levels of intolerance among the followers of various music formats.
But the guitar-toting, kohl-rimmed-eyed Barb in no mood for harmony and wants total domination instead. How will Poppy save her world and the worlds of all the others from the clutches of this ‘nasty’ leader?
3. The Witches Movie Review : Anne Hathaway’s bewitching performance works its magic.
REVIEW: Following the death of his parents in a horrific car accident. A young Hero Boy (Jahzir Kadeem Bruno) taken in by his grandmother (Octavia Spencer). Who lives in a dusty old town of Alabama.
‘I am sad for you, but I am not sorry for you,’ his grandma tells him, egging him on to start living his life again. Soon the old lady’s infectious energy and love pulls Hero Boy out of his grief. He even gets a pet mouse and names it Daisy.
One day Hero Boy encounters a strange lady, who offers him a candy but he spots a snake crawling out of her clothes. The boy freaks out and runs to his grandma, who later explains him that the lady was indeed a witch. She even narrates her own witch encounter during her childhood.
The incident had left her deeply shaken because the witch had turned her best friend into a chicken. Fearing the worst for her grandson, she whisks him away to the grandest hotel in town. She believes the witches only prey on the most vulnerable and poor kids.
But to their great horror, a large delegation of the witches led by the Grand High Witch (Anne Hathaway) comes down to the same hotel for a convention.