Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War, if you haven’t heard, has absolutely smashed box office records, taking over roughly 72% of the worldwide box office since it’s opening on Wednesday with a 63 million dollar gross. In Malaysia alone it earned 8.4 million USD, one of the highest openings in the country, ever. It’s been out for at least nine days by the time this is published, so if you haven’t seen it, you simply aren’t interested. Personally, not being caught up in the phenomenon that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe is incomprehensible to me. This universe is part of my identity and soul. More than that, it is an experience open to all skin colours, religions, political alignments and continents.

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Book Review: The Handmaid’s Tale

Photo Credits Written by Raeesah Hayatudin The Handmaid’s Tale Author: Margaret Wood Publisher: McClelland & Stewart, 1985 Before settling in to watch the first season of the recent TV show The Handmaid’s Tale from Hulu, based on the novel from Margaret Atwood, I hurried to reread the memorable book. And I was reminded of exactly... Continue Reading →

Thor Ragnarok: Movie Review

Written by Fajar Binti Benjamin   Thor Ragnarok Rocked.   Tis' been a year for superheroes. 2017 kicked off with a familiar mutant turned R-rated reluctant father. Not long after, our five favourite space lunatics blasted us through a good time. Next a beautiful Amazon debuted as not only a pioneer for women heroes, but... Continue Reading →

Adiwiraku (My Superhero) (October 2017)

Written by Xiang Xi and Wai Wai   On the 24th October 2017, Sunway University students were privileged to have a chance to see one of the utmost Malaysian films, Adiwiraku (My Superhero). It is a  heartwarming movie about the struggles of a teacher, Cheryl Ann Fernando in helping her students to succeed in their... Continue Reading →

IT (2017)

photo credit Written by Supreedha Iyer & Kwong Hui Edited by Raeesah Hayatudin   “You’ll float too.” IT is not like any ordinary horror movie, because the last time I watched a horror movie, I definitely didn't laugh till I cried, yet still feel utterly terrified. Andres Muschietti, the director of IT, broke the mould... Continue Reading →

Jinnyboy in Sunway University

By Kwong Hui and Hoo Kien Seng Edited by Ms. Amanda Chong   There is something big happening in all TGV cinemas in 2017. It is not just a movie launching but a storytelling. A story about you and me, a story about us, a story about our generation. On 7th September 2017, Jin Lim,... Continue Reading →

Baby Driver (2017)

Written by Cindy Banun Baby Driver, written and directed by Edgar Wright, is an engrossing new addition to the action genre; it stands out because of its solid delivery, which is greatly assisted by the unique soundtrack which accompanies the film. The plot follows Baby (Ansel Elgort), a music lover and forced getaway driver working... Continue Reading →

Anime Review: Psycho Pass by Janice

“The law doesn't protect people. People protect the law. People have always detested evil and sought out a righteous way of living. Their feelings, the accumulation of those people’s feelings are the law. They're neither the provisions, nor the system. They're the fragile and irreplaceable feelings that everyone carries in their hearts.” -  Tsunemori Akane... Continue Reading →

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