1. Hate Story 4 (2018): 2/10 Okay. In the first half, the film looked like an ad video of women's lingerie. You know desperate skin show, trying to be bold but end-up looking vulgar. The film is like an old school cheap thrill, like old wine in the oldest bottle. Very predictable and highly starched as two and half hours looked like four hours. But, I was always knowing its faith and how it could be. I watched Hate Story 2 in the theatre last time which was loosely inspired by Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill, it was a desperate attempt to ruin the Tarantino classic but, it wasn't as bad as its fourth installment as Hate Story 2 was packed with a good performance by its main protagonist Surveen Chawla. Here, the third-grade acting performance of Urvashi Rautela makes it more unbearable. It'd be better for the makers if the franchise focuses on something fresh with a good cast. Rest the film is easily skippable.
2. Pacific Rim (2014): 7/10 Good film. Loved the destruction, it offered what I wanted to see and also had a good storyline for the science -fiction monsters film. All the combat scenes between Kaiju and Jaeger were visualized impressively. Fun watching it.
3. Annihilation Movie (2018): 8/10 Thought-provoking is the word for it. It keeps your brain cells stimulating throughout the film, making you think about human existence, genetic mutations and everything you are surrounded by. It's said to be a science fiction horror film, but the film isn't something that makes you jump off your ***, what it does is terrify your conscience with its interesting theories and possibilities of the future world. The film has thrilling and unpredictable screenplay which keep you guessing the story till the end. Surely, the way film concludes is ambiguous and leaves you guessing which I think is the beauty of the film. Moreover, you gonna love the enthralling visuals, exhilarating cinematography, music and subtle direction by @Alex Garland, the guy who directed Ex Machina; one of my favorite sci-fi film and also wrote the screenplay of multiple critical acclaimed films like 28 Days Later, Dredd. Natalie Portman has done a tremendously good job. The film deserves a shot.