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Rinzy Reviews ‘Game Night’ (2018)

Release Date: Feb. 23, 2018.

Budget and Box Office: $37M and $116.2M

Starring: Jason Bateman, Rachael McAdams, Kyle Chandler, Michael C. Hall, etc. 

Game Night is a deeply satisfying comedy/action/heist movie. It scores all the right points. – Rinzy Reviews. 

I haven’t laughed the way I did watching this morning in a long time. Suffice it for me to say, almost everything about Game Night was perfect. 👏.  Jason Batman and Rachael McAdams’ combination is electric and deeply satisfying. They bring a unique, subtle angle to the rightly overstretched couple’s comedy. They’re, in few words, picture perfect. I wouldn’t mind seeing them return to any screen ASAP.  🤗. 

The idea that a feature length film can be drawn from having a game night might’ve been laughable a few years back, but that’s what we get in this feature flick that rightly works. Though the movie suffers from what a lot of comedy flicks do – a weak villain; the vastly entertaining, lively pacing allows the sin to be easily forgiven. 

Have you seen the movie? What did you think of it? Do tell. 😉.

​Rinzy Reviews ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’ (2017)

It’s not everyday we get a Hollywood movie that induces genuine fear of the powers behind the supernatural. I’m not talking about the TV show. Neither I’m I talking about the many fantastic movies that touches on the element. The funny thing about this movie is that it doesn’t even try hard to be what it is. It doesn’t rub it on our faces. It just takes us on a journey from a point that is confusing and unsettling to another where all we can feel for the characters is pity because of how much they’ve had to endure.

Starring Colin Farrell as Dr. Stephen Murphy, a man who we meet in a vague relationship with a boy old enough to be his son. I must admit, at first, it seemed as though there exists something sexual between them, but it turns out we were being misled as what Dr. Murphy suffers from is guilt and not lust. Guilt as he’s responsible for the boy, Martin, having one parent less unbeknownst to Dr. Murphy, young Martin’s had been bidding his time and plotting the ultimate diabolical revenge. 

Colin Farrell brings his A-game to this one. With a full beard, it’s obvious he can do no wrong. I enjoyed his performance as much as I did in ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016). Nicole Kidman plays the long-suffering wife very well too. I know I don’t give her credit as much as is due, she’s a terrific actress, she brings to live the woman ready to do whatever it takes to protect yet family. Though there were a lapses in her characterization in a few scenes, they came across, to me, as oversights in the eyes of the director/writer, more than the actress’ fault. 

I liked the story, it brought the old moral with it – the law of karma, reaping whatever you sow, a life for a life, that kind of thing. Though it wasn’t exactly clear to what extent Martin’s connection to the spiritual were, the little given was well received by me, as it didn’t hurt the propgression of the movie, and kind of kept me on my toes. 

It’s an enjoyable watch. You should try it if you still haven’t. 

I rate it a 7/10

​Rinzy Reviews ‘Coco’ (2017)

Have you seen ‘Book of Life’? 📖 If your answer is ‘yes’ then you might have heard certain reports about certain similarities between it and ‘Coco’. Just a quick thing to point out though, similarities in themes doesn’t equate to same story, plot or movie. Now we can continue. 👍 

‘Coco’ is an amazing movie, wooo! ☺ Animations are rarely this good, sparingly do they get to me the way this one did. It is near-perfect, the story was wonderfully crafted, graphics’ awesome, characters’ very relatable, an overall awesome package 🎁: something nice in something light.

I think what I loved most about this movie is that Coco wasn’t the main character, but was pivotal to moving the story forward. Main-characters Hector and Miguel were well motivated to do what’s right. I loved the family tree twists.

If you’ve not watched this, I recommend it for you. 👍 Watch and tell me what you think. 

#Rinzyreviews #Coco

​Rinzy Reviews ‘Jigsaw'(2017)

I’ve never really been a fan of the Saw franchise, but I decided to give ‘Jigsaw’ a chance and I didn’t regret it.

The movie started with a bang, which I want really feeling, but the energy was high enough to keep me invested. Then the bodies started to pile up, the mystery and the tension skyrocketed and all I could think was ‘who really is the killer?’ The original jigsaw or a copycat. The resolution was shocking, good for me.

Whoever loves blood and subtle gore would enjoy this mystery/crime drama. 

#Jigsaw #Horror

Rinzy Reviews ‘Get Out’ (2017)

Release date: February 24, 2017

Budget/ Box office: $4.5m/ $254.3m

Staring: Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, et al. 

Rinzy’s Rating: 4.5/5

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After watching ‘Get Out’ (2017) nothing scared me like going to the home of parents of any girl I’d love to marry. The psychotherapy thing with the teacup was so scary 😱.

Though a low budget movie, ‘Get Out’is has made so much money and won so much fans, it’s been regarded as one of the best movies of 2017. Yep, you’re unheard me right. So, get eager to watch this movie. 

One thing I love about it is the right blend of themes of horror, comedy, racism, etc. It’s one of the few projects in existence to have a rare blend of perfection. The performances of the cast are topnotch, lead Daniel Kaluunya will get you feeling sympathy when you see those big, red, teary eyes,  😁 (or 😢). Whatever the case, I’m sure you’ll love him. 

#GetOut #Horror #Comedy #Hollywood

Returning TV Shows Of September 2017.

​The 2017-2018 season is almost here. Many old shows would be returning, new ones would be added to augment the ones cancelled: This is the golden age of TV.

Below is RR’s list of shows expected to air his September.
September 1:

Narcos (Netflix, Season 3)

American )

September 5:

American Horror Story: Cult (FX, Season 7)
September 6:

You’re the Worst (FXX, Season 4)
September 8:

BoJack Horseman (Netflix, Season 4)

Spirit Riding Free (Netflix, Season 2)

Fire Chasers (Netflix, new docuseries)

One Mississippi (Amazon Prime, Season 2)

Con Man (Syfy, new shortform drama series)

September 10:

The Orville (Fox, new drama series; moves to regular time slot on September 21)

Outlander (Starz, Season 3)

Fear the Walking Dead (AMC, Season 3B)

September 12:

The Mindy Project (Hulu, Season 6; final season)
September 13:

South Park (Comedy Central, Season 21; moved from August 23)
September 17:

Vice Principals (HBO, Season 2; final season)

69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (CBS, live awards special)
September 18:

Dancing with the Stars (ABC, Season 25)
September 21:

Gotham (Fox, Season 4; moved from September 28)
September 22:

Fuller House (Netflix, Season 3)
September 24:

Star Trek: Discovery (CBS All Access, new sci-fi/drama series; premiere also on CBS)

Talking Trek (CBS All Access, new aftershow series)
September 25:

The Big Bang Theory (CBS, Season 11; moves to regular slot November 2)

Young Sheldon (CBS, new comedy series; moves to regular slot November 2).
September 26:

NCIS (CBS, Season 15)

NCIS: New Orleans (CBS, Season 4)

This Is Us (NBC, Season 2)

Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders (NBC, new drama series)

Lethal Weapon (Fox, Season 2)

The Mick (Fox, Season 2)
September 27:

The Blacklist (NBC, Season 5)

Criminal Minds (CBS, Season 13)

Law & Order: SVU (NBC, Season 19)

Chicago P.D. (NBC, Season 5)

Modern Family (ABC, Season 9)

Designated Survivor (ABC, Season 2)

Empire (Fox, Season 4)

Star (Fox, Season 2)

Liar (SundanceTV, new drama series)

Rosehaven (SundanceTV, Season 1; U.S. premiere)
September 28:

Grey’s Anatomy (ABC, Season 14)

How to Get Away with Murder (ABC, Season 4)

The Good Place (NBC, Season 2; time slot premiere)

Will & Grace (NBC, new comedy series revival)

Chicago Fire (NBC, Season 6)

Missions (Shudder, Season 1; U.S. premiere)
September 29:

Marvel’s Inhumans (ABC, new drama series)

MacGyver (CBS, Season 2)

Hawaii Five-0 (CBS, Season 8)

Blue Bloods (CBS, Season 8)

Hell’s Kitchen (Fox, Season 19; first “all stars” edition)

The Exorcist (Fox, Season 2)

Z Nation (Syfy, Season 4)
September 30:

Saturday Night Live (NBC, Season 43)