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Miss Sloane (2016)
The redeeming part comes a bit too late for this long overdrawn political drama
It's almost like there are two separate movies within one.
The first part is a tedious almost a hour and a half political and legal jargon filled introduction to Miss Sloane and her pompous must-win attitude. She is lobbyist living in D.C. working for a large firm but has a unfriendly fallout and joins another firm to lobby against the 2nd amendment. She gathers some team members from her earlier firm and in Esme she finds someone who would come to play a crucial role later. We also get a look into Miss Sloane's personal life and what's the reason behind Miss Sloane's 18 hour workdays and insomnia.
Once we gets over the initial slump, there's a turning point after which the film really picks up the pace for a thrilling finish although it comes a tad too late to save the movie.
Jessica Chastain is a strong actress and the later half really drives home the point but the first half doesn't highlight it. If you're patient enough, it still works but I wouldn't be surprised if people are turned away by the tedious first 90 minutes and walk out the theater.
Mother's Day (2016)
A perfect Mother's Day gift if you hate your mother
Well, this was worse than I had expected. A movie about Mother's Day should invoke feelings of love and gratitude towards mothers and show a strong bond. Sadly, this movie did neither or rather the attempt towards showcasing that was pretty horrible.
The movie was completely incoherent with a bunch of different stories thrown in the mix with neither regard for any logic nor an effort to make the audience feel anything for the characters. The pace of the movie was haphazard and there was no flow. There were abrupt ending to scenes or the scenes following didn't make any sense.
In addition, the movie makers probably asked each one of the actors (except a couple of them maybe) to showcase the worst acting of their careers. I would recommend completely skipping this train wreck even when it comes out on DVD or Netflix.
Dirty Grandpa (2016)
Nothing new here
Nowadays people seem to be running out of ideas for making comedy movies. I had a little hope given the cast, but it was nothing special.
How many times have we seen the same elements in movies? Having second thoughts after getting engaged to a controlling fiancée, a grandpa who just lost his wife, taking a road trip, meeting an old acquaintance, a shady drug dealer, having a drug and alcohol filled night with shameful acts, two (supposedly) funny cops, unnecessary expletives and bad puns, the list just goes on.
The performances were not stellar either. The movie was pretty forgetful and not funny (a few chuckle worthy moments but that's about it). It's a shame really, that an actor like Robert De Niro is choosing such movies.
Learning to Drive (2014)
Simple story but falls short
Learning to Drive is about how two lives intersect, one of Darwan (a taxi driver and a person who gives driving lessons) and the other of Wendy (a book critic with a failing marriage) Wendy and her husband take a taxi where they have a fight over the husband's cheating. Darwan is the taxi driver. Later on, he comes back to Wendy's place to return a folder Wendy left behind in the taxi. That's when Wendy notices the driving lesson placard on Darwan's car. She decides to get driving lessons from Darwan, having always relied on her husband to drive and striving to be independent and visit her daughter in Vermont. Meanwhile, Darwan gets married to Jasleen, a woman from his native Indian village, in an arranged marriage setting.
The portrayal of Darwan by Ben Kingsley was very well done. Being an Indian myself, the mannerisms and behavior of Sikh people shown in the movie were pretty close to reality. Ben's Indian accent was also good without being too typical.
While the premise is good, the story simple, there were a few flaws. I thought the character of Wendy wasn't given enough attention. The events in her life do seem haphazard and there was no character development. The mother-daughter relationship of Wendy and Tasha also seemed stretched and unnecessary. Yet another issue, Jasleen is from Darwan's native place, yet they don't speak in Punjabi or Hindi at all, especially given that Jasleen's English is not that good.
With that said, the chemistry between Wendy and Darwan was good and there were a few funny moments. Overall a 6/10 for me.
No Escape (2015)
The horrors of being in the wrong place at the wrong time
Traveling to countries where you don't speak the native language is a daunting experience. Couple that with a political turmoil and it becomes a nightmare. Jack Dwyer is an engineer who is moving to an unnamed SE Asian country (most likely Cambodia) for work with his wife Annie and two little girls. On the flight, he befriends Hammond.
While staying at a hotel, he notices some things not quite right. The internet connection and the telephones in the hotel are not working. Little does he know, the prime minister of the country is killed in a coup and now the rebels are killing Americans. Jack is outside looking for a newspaper when he is caught in a mob violence against the police. When he finds out the motives of the rebels, he has to go back and protect his family. The movie then follows his struggle to keep himself and his family alive and find a way out of the country.
This movie was really intense and edge of the seat thriller. It was pleasantly surprising to see Owen Wilson in a serious role and he acted superbly so I'm looking forward to more such roles from him. He was supported well by Lake Bell, Pierce Brosnan and the two girls who all did a very commendable job. What I liked was the rapport between the family. There were no cheesy dialogs and a few light moments to combat the otherwise gritty nature of the movie. This was one of the few movies where I didn't really mind the hand-held camera work and it seemed to add to the effect.
While the movie is going on, you frequently are questioning "What would I do in this situation?". Jack is constantly trying to keep "10 steps ahead" as he puts it. I would have liked to see more of the reason behind the turmoil (it is explained very briefly) and then also more of a conclusion. A nicer soundtrack would have also worked wonders. Some more explanation behind some of the coincidences, like how Hammond succeeds to find the family in particular situation would have been good. But otherwise, it was a very well made movie.
Summer movies are all about fun and entertainment but this movie provided a very different experience and I'm glad I saw it. Words of caution, this movie is VERY violent so bringing kids along might not be a good idea.
Feel good but predictable movie
I was hoping for much more from this movie, but it turned out as per my expectations. I've read articles about K9 units and have a lot of respect for the well trained dogs and the countless lives they have managed to save.
Kyle is a marine accompanied by Max in his missions. Kyle has a lot of trust on Max and pays attention to any clues he gives. Unfortunately, during a mission, Kyle is killed in combat. Max survives but now is suffering from PTSD and misses Kyle. Kyle is survived by his veteran and strict father, mother and younger brother Justin. Justin is the typical teenager spending most of his time playing video games and is generally critical of the marines.
Since Max is no longer fit to serve in the marines, they bring him back to the Wincotts. Max takes an immediate liking to Justin while being aggressive towards everyone else. The Wincotts decide to keep him as a pet. Justin has a friend named Chuy. He meets Chuy's cousin, Carmen and befriends her. Carmen helps Justin train Max, having a childhood raising stray dogs.
Tyler, Kyle's companion decides to pay a visit to the Wincotts. During the whole mission, Tyler's activities are suspicious and Max does not like Tyler at all. The Wincotts ignore Max's aggressiveness towards Tyler thinking he is always like that towards others. The movie is about finding Tyler's true intentions and Max's adventures with Justin, Chuy and Carmen.
The premise sounds good, however the story is pretty predictable: 1.Good guy and good dog - check 2. Good guy's stern father who has served before and ignorant teenage brother - check 3. Good dog likes only good guy's brother - check 4. Good dog helps catch bad guys and saves good guy's brother - check 5. Good guy's brother eventually understands good guy's hard work and misses him - check
I must admit though that Max and the other dogs were very well trained for the movie and all their scenes are pretty good. Acting wise, no one really shines. Justin, Chuy and Carmen played their part well. Children would enjoy this movie, it has a bit of violence but not too much.
If you want a feel good movie without too much expectations from the story line and acting, do watch this movie in theaters. I would recommend waiting for this movie to come out on DVD. Oh, and don't miss a little video of Max's training during the credits.
Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)
Visually stunning, action-packed yet lacking
I was lucky enough to catch an advanced screening of this movie. After watching the trailer, I was really excited to see this movie and it did live up to my expectations to a certain extent. Max (Tom Hardy) is a cop on the run in a post-apocalyptic world which is now a barren wasteland. He is captured by Captain Immortan Joe and his gang for his blood. There, they seek to turn him into one of their own by branding him. Immortan is an evil lord in charge of the only water and oil supply. He uses his reserves as a means of power over other humans and he has a large gang (War Boys) to keep everyone in check. Furiosa (Charlize Theron) is working for Immortan but then decides to make a run for it with a few other women (fertile women are in a short supply as well) to a greener land. She makes the escape in a truck filled with 3000 gallons of guzzling (water or oil) to make a deal with a small pack of motorcycle riders in the desert. As she is chased by Immortan's gang, she unwittingly takes Max who then offers her help to escape the gang. The rest of the movie is then set of the various chase scenes and the attempts of Furiosa, Max and the girls to escape to the green land. The cinematography and the visual imagery is certainly stunning, worth experiencing on an IMAX screen. The chase scenes and the landscape (especially a few scenes in moonlight) were absolutely amazing. The various concoctions of war vehicles is amazing as well. There were a few elements of humor as well paired with some really weird things (women's milk supply, the various outfits and characters including a guy playing a fire breathing electric guitar throughout the chase scenes). The music definitely adds to the atmosphere as well, not to mention the various stunts. The action really gets crazy towards the end. On the other hand, there were some things I found lacking. Character development is certainly missing and there's definitely nothing significant there to make a connection with the various characters. The dialogue is ordinary and cliché. The ending is predictable and certain things don't make sense (like how a gang with tons of ammo and better equipped vehicles) is unable to stop Furiosa and Max. One thing is certain, it was different and entertaining, hence a 7/10
The Guest (2014)
A very interesting movie
I have to admit, I wasn't prepared for this movie. I thought it would be a suspense thriller given the synopsis but boy, this movie was a different ride altogether! Dan Stevens plays David, a soldier looking for a place to stay overnight. He comes to the Petersons to deliver a message from their son, who has fallen. Sheila, the fallen soldier's mother is reluctant at first but allows him inside their home. After seeing a photo of him and her son on the field, she is convinced and invites David to stay at their place. A day turns into a few days. The family members slowly get to know and trust David through the various interactions with him.
David's stay soon becomes interesting with a lot of mysterious deaths. Somehow the family members are skeptical about David's involvement in those.
The suspense building up to the reveal was intense. I was thoroughly engaged in the movie and confused at the same time about David's character. Who is he? Why is he doing some things? What's his motive? were all questions running through my mind.
The movie gets slow paced for a while but there are some really interesting developments and events that make the wait worthwhile. The soundtrack is amazing and plays well with the flow of the movie. Dan Stevens acting was terrific, his portrayal of David was truly terrifying.
I see this as kind of a modern take on the thriller genre. I can't give it a 7.5 so it's a 7 for me. Don't go by the trailer and mistake this for what it is. Give it a try. Surely, a movie that ends with the line "WTF?" wouldn't be boring.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)
Fun fest with a Michael Bay touch
I was stoked for this movie since I've been a big fan of TMNT for most of my childhood. On the other hand though, I was kind of doubtful this would reach the likes of the Batman reboot.
Shredder and his Foot Clan are wreaking havoc on New York City. Megan Fox, who plays April O'Neil is a struggling journalist who is on the lookout for some exciting story for Channel 6 news. She stumbles across some Foot Clan activity and sees a vigilante fight them off. Unable to get a clear shot of him and with her coworkers not believing her story, she is desperate to find another situation. Enter the subway station attack, where she is conveniently present and held hostage by the Foot Clan who are looking to fight off vigilantes. She follows them and gets introduced to them.
How Splinter and the turtles evolved are revealed in the movie so one does not need to know their origins. Later on, we learn that William Fichtner, chairman of Sacks enterprise has devoted to fight off crime in the city. The journey then begins to fight off Shredder who with his Foot Clan are prepared to release toxins in the city.
The premise was good, however there the execution was poor. How April manages to conveniently find and help the turtles with no major brain power required, how turtles are conveniently stocked with gadgetry and knowledge about computer systems and with an over clichéd plot of releasing toxins in the city (haven't we seen it all too well before?), the movie was all too predictable. Not to mention the special Michael Bay touch, unnecessary shaky cam in some situations, an over the top fight scene on the snowy slopes of a mountain and poorly written script (Will Arnett's character was a mess).
The CGI effects were good though, the turtles didn't look like men in costumes, the fight scenes were good and every scene of Michelangelo was funny (thankfully!). Megan Fox's acting wasn't too bad either. If you want to relive a part of the childhood craze, go see this movie but be aware that this is no Oscar worthy endeavor.
There often comes a movie which is based on a ridiculous premise that is somewhat entertaining. Lucy is one of those.
There's no formal introduction of the character of Lucy except that she's living in Taipei. How she got there, who she is, what she does for a living are all left to the viewer's imagination. She somehow gets mixed up in affairs that led her to be a victim of CPH4 (blue crystals) ingestion in large quantities. (We're told by Morgan Freeman that CPH4 is produced by a pregnant woman's body in small quantities to help the foetus develop bones).
The more CPH4 gets ingested, the higher percentage of brain she uses and unfortunately, the more ridiculous the movie gets. Lucy uses her enhanced brain usage to free herself from the captors and "gather" information about whereabouts of the other victims as her body is now craving more CPH4. She can now see the inner workings of trees and people and manages to diagnose her friend as well. She then ends up in France and makes allies with a cop to track down the other victims and contact Morgan Freeman, all while bad guys are trying to hunt her down.
The visual effects and action sequences are good but they can't salvage a poorly scripted movie. One of the ridiculous moments is a call Lucy places to her mother. Any sane mother would have asked "Are you high or on drugs?". I don't know how other audience members kept a straight face through that. Plus there are numerous other hilarious metaphors.
The final moments are over the top where Lucy becomes an all knowing all encompassing monster as she devours all the remaining CPH4, while the cop is trying to fend off bad guys and Morgan Freeman and other neuroscientists are watching in awe. And then as Morgan Freeman suggests, she manages to "pass on" her information.
Scarlett's decent acting might be the saving grace for this movie. If you like movies like Crank, then this might be good entertainment. Regardless, remember to use only 10% of your brain while watching this.
Earth to Echo (2014)
Terrible shaky camera ruins an otherwise good film
I was really excited about this movie after watching the trailer. Unfortunately, I think the trailer picked up the most stable of the shots.
Although there was a strong resemblance to E.T., and I could relate to The Goonies too a little bit, the movie got off to a good start and it maintained the pace throughout.
Three buddies, Tuck, Alex and Munch are soon to be separated by a construction project causing their families to move. Tuck, an amateur videographer almost always has a camera handy and tapes all moments with his friends. A few days before the move, all their cell phones start behaving weirdly. Alex discovers it's a map and soon their last night together turns into an adventure. Tuck tapes the whole adventure and we see the story from whatever was taped (found footage).
Cons: 1. Shaky cam - I'm usually neutral to shaky cam. I know it's supposed to be amateur footage, but why subject the audience to a dizzying IMAX screen of shaky cam the entire length of the movie? I was fortunately sitting in the back but I felt sorry for the people in the front rows. If you're prone to motion sickness, do not watch this. Even I take better videos than this with my hand-held camera.
2. Screen time of Echo - Given that the movie is about an alien, the screen time of Echo is very less. I would have loved to see more of Echo definitely. The departure of Echo is rather abrupt.
3. Unnecessary character - Emma was definitely a purposefully introduced and totally unnecessary character.
Pros: 1. Good acting - By all the three kids. They did their part well.
2. Good soundtrack - I think the music plays only for a few minutes in the movie but I liked it.
3. Good graphics - The graphics were really nice. Echo and rest of the sequences were well done.
Like another review, I would consider this more of a good rental movie than one that's good to see in the theater.
Edge of Tomorrow (2014)
The definite blockbuster of this summer
Another sci-fi movie starring Tom Cruise didn't interest me much. The trailer also didn't give me a clear idea of what this movie was about which made it even surprisingly good to experience it! The thing about movies like these is that there's a lot of potential to repeat the same things over and over and leave the viewer uninterested. However, every time there was something new so it didn't feel repetitive. There were also elements of humor that were refreshing. The editing should be admired.
Without giving too much away, I'll say that Tom Cruise (Major Cage) is an absolute novice in warfare, who is involuntarily picked for an assault on aliens who have taken over Europe. To combat these aliens, the joint forces around the world have developed a armor suit laced with heavy weaponry. He is baffled as to why he was picked when he knows nothing about warfare. That part wasn't satisfactorily answered. The first day after combat, he begins to develop symptoms of living the same day over and over again. Baffled, he tries to explain the situation to others who disregard his views. In Rita, he finds someone who can understand his situation.
There on, it's a thrilling ride of finding out what's causing these repetitions and finding a means to put an end to it. The movie is fast paced so no mulling over. Little details of changes in the scenery, how Cage modifies his behavior both to convince others and to find an answer, and how events unfold are put forth excellently. I'm sure enthusiasts can find plot holes aplenty but I found this movie thoroughly entertaining. If you're in the mood for watching fast-paced action sci-fi, then I definitely recommend this movie!
Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014)
I did not see that coming!
I wasn't impressed watching the trailer. Thankfully, I got a chance of a pre-screening. I'm perplexed by the low ratings because I absolutely loved this movie! This is coming from someone who hasn't seen Mr. Peabody before.
Mr. Peabody is a genius dog who adopts a boy and raises him to be a genius too. Unfortunately things change when the boy goes to school and gets bullied by a girl. Mr. Peabody, to appease things, invites the girl and her parents to a dinner at their house, everything goes haywire from there and we meet some pretty interesting characters from the past.
What made this movie special is the little details that are revealed along the way like how Sherman was adopted. The animation is fantastic and the 3D adorns it. As someone who likes puns, I absolutely loved the jokes, not just from Mr. Peabody but from other characters in the movie as well. Agamemnon was hilarious! Not everything is funny though, there are a few serious and tear jerking moments that make this movie special.
My only complaint is that some time travel stuff explained in the movie can be a bit hard to understand for children. Other than that, it's an absolute treat both for children and adults. Go watch it!
Parental Guidance (2012)
Unexpected cheer for the holidays!
I was at an advance screening of this movie. I didn't keep any hopes as I thought it would be another heavily clichéd unfunny movie. I'm glad that I was proved wrong. The movie is really funny and light-hearted. What I liked is that this film did not have any poorly written lines or jokes.
Everyone played their part well. Especially the kids (although their movie names could have been better) So, Artie (Billy Crystal) is a baseball commentator who's the father of Alice (Marisa Tomei). Artie and his wife Diane (Bette Middler) are unwillingly invited to watch over their grand-kids for a week. Based on previous experience, Alice is concerned over how they would handle her kids (who are overly disciplined) What follows is a week long fun ride with unexpected situations arising due to Artie who is put at blame. The youngest is especially a challenge. There are no plot twists here so as expected everything turns out well in the end.
Don't expect stellar performances, but I'm sure you'll love the kids! I don't think this would garner any Oscars but it's sometimes these feel-good movies (genuinely funny) that make your day. Definitely a must-watch for the holidays with all your family members!
The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
The Dark Knight Rises! But not as high as The Dark Knight
I saw the midnight screening of the movie. And interestingly enough, I was half satisfied.
Some of the elements that bothered me: 1. The terrible mumbling of characters. Seriously needed subtitles in some scenes to understand what was going on. 2. Bane wasn't as menacing as I thought. I'm not comparing him to the Joker. Hardy would have done a fine job but he wasn't giving any menacing moments like the Joker. 3. Even Catwoman didn't have a big enough role. Or probably it's just me trying to compare it to the cartoon. 4. Unnecessary loud music. I know music enhances the emotion but I felt it was too loud and unnecessary in some parts.
That said, the final few minutes were really exciting! That saved the film. Everything was beautifully tied and wrapped up. Sad to see the series end but happy that it ended on a good note.
I would say The Dark Knight was the best of the trilogy. But again that would be my opinion. There was so much emotion in TDK that was missing here, which would have made this movie epic! If you look from the perspective of TDK, it was very different from Batman Begins. I just felt this movie tried hard to imitate it's predecessor but fell short of expectations.
Just go in for the final few minutes and the climax. Although don't keep your hopes too high!
Due Date (2010)
Another hilarious adventure!
Saw it today at an advance screening in CU.
On one hand is a businessman, Peter Highman, who's trying to take a flight to LA to meet his wife who is about to have their child. On other hand is an aspiring actor, Ethan Tremblay, trying to make it big in Hollywood. They meet at the Atlanta airport and the adventure begins.
Having being denied boarding the flight, the reason for which I won't spoil here, they are forced to take a road trip to LA. Plus there's a dog with Ethan. Peter's already regretting the decision but has no choice. The next couple of days are full of surprises neither of them is ready for.
Feeling completely out of place, Peter is harassed by endless questions and embarrassed by outrageously hilarious behavior. He has no idea he will end up from a businessman in Atlanta to a guy with ripped clothes, a broken arm, a gunshot wound with handcuffs two days later.
There's never a dull moment in this movie, even though it has a few serious moments. It brings a refreshing feel to the movies this year and will make you laugh as much as, if not more than The Hangover. RDJ as always, is brilliant with the role of the utterly frustrated businessman who would kill Ethan if it was legal to do so. Zach is, well, perfect as the plump wannabe actor who says and does inappropriate things at the most inappropriate times. Get ready for another hilarious adventure from Todd Phillips! Oh and check yourself before you wreck yourself with laughter!
Intriguing story, painfully slow execution
Hereafter is basically of story of unrelated people in different parts of the world that somehow come together after being connected to death in some way. Very interesting story.
However, the execution is pretty slow. First few minutes are really interesting and may get the audience into believing that this may be a roller-coaster ride. Things kind of die down after that unfortunately, being centered on the various characters of the story. Things never seem interesting in the mundane lives of the characters until the very end where a hasty attempt of tying them together is made.
It is not heavily flawed though and has an artistic side to it. The concept of death affecting the characters in some or the other way is intriguing and we get to see various perspectives. I personally thought that the story could have been given more justice.
Not the kind of fast-paced action movie expected from Eastwood but good nonetheless and requires a bit of patience.
Batman Begins (2005)
Dark and eyesome !!!
I'll make it short and sweet. It's awesome. Some people might complain that it is too dark. Frankly speaking, a Batman movie has to be dark, that's what he is, the knight of the Dark.
From the stunning landscapes where Bruce Wayne discovers himself as a Batman to the dirt and filth of Gotham City, every scene is stunning, not to mention the Batmobile and the chases throughout the city.
This movie is the epitome of the legend. Finally, I got to know how Batman really began. The drama is so real that you feel a part of it and suffer with Bruce Wayne. His determination gives you new hope. There is a lot to be learnt from this movie and which cannot be learnt if you don't see this movie. So, instead of spending your valuable bucks elsewhere, go see this movie.
Christian Bale comes out as a good surprise as Batman. There is little scope for Katie Holmes, but other characters including Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Liam Neeson steal the show.Cilian Murphy also does a good job.
For Batman lovers, it's Heaven.Even for others, this movie will certainly make them a fan of Batman.It makes you crave for more and more. I certainly hope that this movie is the beginning of many more Batman movies to come.
Kingdom of Heaven (2005)
A very good movie, but some drawbacks
Overall, I will say this is a very good movie.
The director assures that audience don't get bored in the first few minutes wherein the father of Balian comes to take him to Jerusalem. The first few minutes are absolutely enthralling and the movie moves at an amazing speed.
However, after Balain reaches Jerusalem, the movie tends to stall a little bit and gradually one tends to lose interest. I haven't the least bit idea about the history of Jerusalem, so people like me are more interested in the purpose of Balian.
More minutes are wasted in characters and unnecessary dialogs until finally Saladin arrives on the scene.
Fans of LOTR will certainly look forward to the battle scenes here although in LOTR trilogy, the battles were huge and the number of warriors was amazing. Yet, this movie pulls off stunning battle scenes although only few moments of the battle is really shown in this movie. The battles end abruptly at the end of each day and clearly one does not get an idea of what each side has gained or lost.
Finally, Balian surrenders to Saladin simply aware of the fact that his forces will not last against that of Saladin and that his ultimate aim is to achieve peace and harmony in Jerusalem.
Although, this movie lags in some respects, this is a visual treat. The cinematography is excellent.So, better spend a few bucks on it...
Hide and Seek (2005)
Pretty scary in some places
Although the subject of schizophrenia(dual personality) is not new in the film industry, this film stands apart.Robert De Niro and Dakota Fanning were their usual best in this film.Location wise, this film reminds me of The Village.Some scenes in this film are pretty scary, I must admit. Some improvements which could have been done were I guess the number of "suspicious" characters in the film. Clearly, it has only a few suspicious looking characters in the film. The neighbour turned out to be good, but the fact is that you can't suspect a person unless he's involved in some past events. And then, with a house left with only two members, one could conclude that the problem was with either Emily or her father, and that one of them could be schizophrenic. At the end, it turns out both are schizophrenic :) Clearly, the dad is the primary suspect since a child is less capable of attempting feats like throwing Elizabeth out of the window (and she was also standing besides her). Still, the movie feels good and I would like to rate it as 7/10.
P.S: People who are interested in multiple personalities should watch Identity.