Munna Michael could be anything but not a tribute to Michael Jackson


First day box office collection of Munna Michael is below average and this is despite the film being touted as a tribute to the late pop-star Michael Jackson. Reviews start pouring in after the first day and first show and everyone was talking about the chiseled body of Shroff and the sudden entry of Nidhhi Agerwal.

Sabbir Khan talked about “tribute to Michael Jackson” but the pop star was missing from the movie. All we saw is pushing Tiger Shroff close to the late pop star.

Everyone has a story to tell

Michael is foster father of Munna hence the name Munna Michael and since the father was a dancer, son also took to dancing. Michael found Munna in a dustbin; he brings Munna and raises him like his own child. When grown up, Munna shows his interest in dancing. Michael gets worried and tells Munna to look for a job in the corporate world but Munna decides to pursue dancing. He heads towards Delhi in Pursuance of his dreams.

Michael Jackson works as an inspiration to Munna and Fauji


Girls Trip is a gem of hilarious genitalia comedy


Girls Trip supports genitalia humor to the point of enjoyment and also as something one should be proud of. It isn’t the first movie on well-behaved women showing their wilder side but it is the first picture to that reduces the gap between physical desires and entertainment. The movie fulfills its promise of raunch and sleaze right from the beginning to the conclusion.

The director has story in mind

Four school girls meet and go on a weekend trip where they are supposed to explore their true self that is wilder than the audiences can think of. They drink, dance and also make physical relations on their trip. They get more than freedom to do whatever they want to do. The plot was set by sending the students on a weekend trip. The movie shows more than what you see in Bad Teacher (2011) and Bad Moms (2016). It is quite entertaining to see four alcoholic friends merrymaking.

Tiffany Haddish steals the show

Ryan (Regina Hall) is the narrator of the story and also she’s married and a relationship expert. Ryan is a successful …


Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets: A sci-fiction movie with good cinematography but no story to tell


Let’s start seeing the Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets from its trailer. The day when the trailer was released, thousands of fans of the creator of The Fifth Element waited with beating hearts for the movie to be released. But the release was disappointing for all the die-hard fans of Lun Besson and his sci-fiction.

What went wrong with the movie?

It’s a good movie but it has no soul. Valerian has imagination but without soul he seems to be looking nowhere. What is more irritating is his dreadful banter with Laureline and this unnecessary indulgence becomes excruciating as the story progresses. Another problem is with story. It takes a long time to start as there are more unnecessary scenes in the beginning. Finally the story starts but lacks the flow. The way the little protagonists rush from one scene to another gives the impression that they are only filling gaps and that there is no purpose behind their moves.

The better side of the movie

Luc Besson has a flare for cinematography and it is seen in his earlier movies. The Valerian and the City …