The Rental (2020)

STORY – 0
DIRECTOR – 0
ACTOR – 0
MUSIC – 0
CULT – 0

 

 

VERDICT – 0/5

 

 
PROS –
N/A

 

 

CONS –
1) Return of the done-to-death “cabin-in-the-woods” storyline for the zillionth time as seen previously in Evil Dead and Friday the 13th movies with a masked murderer who looks very similar to Jason Voorhees.
2) A forgettable directorial debut for Dave Franco with the most cliched horror movie plot. The identity of the murderer is not revealed but the audiences won’t give a damn.
3) The casting is equally bad.

 

 

QUOTE –
It’s a beautiful home, hah, bro, bro? Crack a bruskey or twosky, gaze up at brorians belt. Sip a little Pinot gris, pop in a bromantic comedy. Oh, Broseph Gordon-Levittall day, all night. Smoke a J, take a long walk along the brocean. Yeah, get that sand between your broes.Perfect brome away from brome

The Little Hours (2017)

STORY – 0
DIRECTOR – 0
ACTOR – 0
MUSIC – 0
CULT – 0

 

Verdict – 0/5

 

Pros –

 

1) Nick Offerman as Lord Bruno – Delivered as expected

 

Cons –

 

1) Expectation was a mad reefer comedy but not a single compelling scene
2) Waste of a great ensemble

 

 

Quote –

 

Lord Bruno – Bring me his goddamn balls.

The Lego Movie (2014)

The Lego Movie

STORY – 0
DIRECTOR – 1
ACTOR – 1
MUSIC – 1
CULT – 1

Verdict – 4/5

Pros –
1) Kra_ _ Gl_e.
2) Mugatu + Megamind = Lord Business (and also Will Ferrell’s live-action scenes)
3) Morgan Freeman as Vitruvius & Jonah Hill as Green Lantern
4) Star-Wars cameo.
5) The Double Decker Couch
6) “Everything is Awesome”

 

Cons –
1) Though the overall theme depicts a powerful satire on the current generation, the predictable nature of story is a minus point.

 

Quote –
“Release the Kragle”