First half is excellent, the second half is also good, but fails to keep up. The biggest issue I have with the movie is Akki's character in several aspects. The way he behaves you have to think that this is a psychopath who only cares about his country and nothing else. He gets his sister kidnapped, his friends killed, and break off his engagement, only wants to serve his country. It just felt very icky.
The good parts are Akki's performance, the action, humour, Govinda's cameo, and some very smart sequences related to the terrorists, like when Akki and his friends stop 12 bomb blasts in one go.
The Avengers (7/10):
Watching this movie after seeing Infinity War really makes this one seem a little old, but then you have to understand that when it was released, it was a never-before-seen event. The strongest parts of the movie are of course the character interactions, performances, and dialogues. The weakest part would have to be Loki's plan, Hawkeye, and some stuff in the first act.
Justice League (4/10):
When I was watching it, I was thinking that this isn't so bad, a solid 6/10. Then the second half started and it went down the toilet. From the stupid story of Superman's resurrection to the unnecessary fight to the lame villain to the horrible VFX and poor action. I also only liked the performances of Ben Affleck and Ray Fisher, and hated Ezra Miller and Gal Gadot. The others were OK.
Dumb and Dumber (7.5/10):
It's either this one or Hungama for the title of funniest movie ever made. I have watched this one several times and it is always entertaining. The movie lives on the chemistry of the two leads, and Jeff Daniels does the very tough job of matching Jim Carrey on the screen. There are some weak parts, like the end of the main story, pop-culture references, and some rough comedy in the first half, but all that matters is that the stuff that works, really is mind blowing and outstanding.
Amercian Made (didn't finish):
It's a less exciting version of Wolf of Wall Street. Didn't find it interesting enough to finish.
Glengarry Glen Ross (7/10):
Details a particularly hectic day in a sales firm. It's very engaging and draws you in on the strength of acting, dialogues, and a bunch of characters who all are trying to win out in a very tough situation.
Game Night (6/10):
Average comedy, nothing very special to say about it. Good time pass for 1.5 hours.
Happy Death Day (6.5/10):
As entertaining as the first time I watched it.