Migo has written 8 reviews for films rated ★★ during 2021.

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die


    weak end to a great era of daniel craig

  • The Guilty

    The Guilty


    still bad but gyllenhaal made it better than it actually was

  • Old



    Like a lot of Shyamalan's work, this film had a promising concept but was ultimately overshadowed by bad screenplay and acting. Aside from the rising stars in Alex Wolff, Thomas Mckenzie, and Eliza Scanlen: it's hard to justify how these actors got cast for these roles? The first half was almost unwatchable and laughable at times. The second half picked up some steam and the ending actually made some sense, still, it's a failed concept and definitely not a comeback film for Shyamalan. The title is ironic as I couldn't wait to be 2 hrs older watching this.

  • The Woman in the Window

    The Woman in the Window


    Despite an interesting plot from a well-acclaimed book and brilliant performances from Adams and Moore: The Woman in the Window just fails to hit the spot. Its biggest flaw is it was unable to establish an identity. Everything felt messy, we were left unsure if the film would resort into the psychological thriller range it was learning towards or a 90s slasher type.

    It's a shame because it had potential to explore more on her psyche and sickness. I enjoyed…

  • Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Zack Snyder's Justice League


    It's definitely an upgrade from the 2017 version but the biggest weakness of both movies is that they felt emotionally distant from their audience. This movie did a better job of giving a backstory but I felt no attachment whatsoever for these characters, the build-up felt rushed and was bland. The only notable character arcs were Batman and Wonderwoman, the others looked forced just so they can make a Justice League.

    Perhaps my biggest issue was the overly dramatic slow-motion takes…

  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri


    Aside from the acting and interesting plot, the execution was far from good. All the characters even Frances McDormand’s were complete sociopaths, the cops were also racists and corrupt. However, the movie led us to believe that we should sympathize with these individuals, it teaches us to be kind and to forgive.

    The film had some unrealistic scenes like an officer throwing someone off the window, witnesses were there (including police) but they all allow it.  It also delved too…

  • Gran Torino

    Gran Torino


    Although it had its moments of humor and heartwarming drama, Gran Torino failed to connect with me emotionally. It is rare to see a movie from pretty much a “boomer” standpoint, a proud American and war veteran. I didn’t appreciate some of the stereotypes shown of the Asians and African Americans, it looked too forced to sympathize with his character. The morale was deeper than an attempt at stealing his car, it was about violence, bravery, and discrimination.

     Aside from…

  • Malcolm & Marie

    Malcolm & Marie


    One of my most anticipated films of the year: it looked like a film I’d enjoy. I usually like movies that take place in a day or a night, a play type of script. I adore this cast and I dug the black and white effect with the jazz music in the trailer. So what went wrong? A lot of things. Most of it can be attributed to lousy directing and a pretty shallow and messy script.

    I got what…