DCAMU: Movie – 6 | Batman: Bad Blood

Batman: Bad Blood is the sixth installment in the DC Animated Movie Universe which follows after the Flashpoint Paradox created and restored by The Flash. This movie deals with a particular subject “What if Batman disappeared?” and what will happen to Gotham and people in the city, especially thugs of the city. On the other hand, people in the Bat-Family investigate what happened to Batman and also try and stop anything from happening in Gotham city.

Yennanga Sir Unga Sattam – My thoughts

Directed by Prabu Jeyaram where the director tries to give his take on tweaking reservation and that’s the second half of the story. Maybe the Director should have thought let’s try out talking about every hot topic and see how people react, then let’s see how it goes?

DCAMU: Movie – 3 | Son of Batman

Son of Batman animated movie is based on the Batman and Son (2006) storyline written by Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert. I haven’t read this Comic but it was interesting to see “The World’s famous Detective” didn’t know that he had a 10-year-old son (approx.). I’m not sure whether it was a mistake or Ra’s Al Ghul and Talia Al Ghul were good at keeping secrets from Batman?

Soul – Movie Review: An interestingly personal film

What drives humans? Passion or Purpose? The new Pixar film tries to answer this question or is it? We, humans, are designed with flaws, we run towards building our lives and find meaning in it, inherently or on purpose. A Japanese concept called Ikigai is so famous right now which means

Kee – An unimpressive so-called Social Thriller

Are there righteous hackers in the world? For a change yes, there are a few. Hackers would always want to hold on to their anonymity owing to the risks of government and law getting hold of them and punishing them. This is the movie about one such hacker or is he?. Read the full review.

Love and Monsters, Movie Review: A fun-filled ride with Monsters

How far would you go for your love? That forms the central theme of this movie Love and Monsters directed by Michael Matthews, a South African director. After the Monsterpocalypse, when most of humanity perishes the rest go underground, the movie starts with a typical dystopian setup.