Spider-Man: Homecoming (8/10):
An extremely entertaining movie that successfully reinvents a legendary character and presents him in a different context. I liked it as much as I did back in July of last year.
Office Space (6/10):
A decently funny movie that shows the monotony of an office job and a regular life, plus shows what happens when someone breaks away from that. I guess my expectations were set differently because this movie is treated as a comedy masterpiece on most corners of the internet but for it wasn't anything outstanding.
Some basic issues with the logic of the plot and and climax aside, this is one of the best Priyadarshan movies. It has a proper story and an even tone unlike most of his movies, which usually rely on comedy situations and funny actors. Here the character actors are kept aside for the lead actors and it results in a Priyadarshan movie that feels like a "movie".
see my review here: http://forums.itsboxoffice.com/638637/here-review-october-please-share-you-opinions-the-movie-too
The Pursuit of Happyness (8/10):
Shows the struggle of a person who knows that he can achieve something but is weighed down by some poor decisions and the responsibilities life has placed on him. It's a gripping story of a dad, his son, and their struggle to survive in this tough world. Will Smith has a powerful performance and his son is very cute in the movie. Surprisingly this movie has some scenes that pushed me to the edge of my seat in excitement. Kudos to Will Smith for choosing a movie like this at the peak of his career, and it is a testament to his star power and the quality of the movie that it was a big hit.
A Walk Among The Tombstones (6.5/10):
Tells a fairly standard detective tale, elevated by Liam Neeson. He looks so damn cool in this movie and his acting is spot on. Otherwise it has a noir-ish feel to it and does feel a bit overlong but if you enjoy these sort of movies then it is a perfectly good way to spend a couple of hours.