Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021)

It may seem long on paper, but 242 minutes divided into parts, with superb cinematography and interesting story make the film a fun watch.

The super heroes have the advantage of their rich back stories but still provide little glimpses for the audiences’ sake. They come together slowly and work together wonderfully.

There’s plenty to keep you hooked and look forward to. Watch it for an unforgettable cinematic experience and expect the unexpected!

4/5

See (2019)

In a world where humans have lost the ability to see, sight soon becomes a superstitious evil that is feared and must be eradicated.

Though the series is set in the future it looks to the past for ways to survive. Intuitive action and characters whose other senses are heightened make for an interesting watch.

There are some stellar performances by Sylvia Hoeks, Alfre Woodard and Hera Hilmarsdottir. Jason Mamoa is in top form and very convincing in the principal role.

If you are ready to consume apocalyptic content, then this should be on top of your list!

Aquaman (2018)

Is what I call a ‘paisa vasool’ (money’s worth) film. It packs in everything, fantasy, wayer worlds, disaster, dinosaurs and a great exploration of how we have destroyed our planet. Jason Momoa doesn’t have much to say, but his towering presence communicates volumes, Nicole Kidman leaves a mark and Patrick Wilson is effective. Vivid special effects make it a ‘wow’ ride!

3/5