Shazam! is a good time at the movies and will refresh you with its charm and heart. It's probably the funniest superhero film since Deadpool, and this one doesn't even rely on a cliched plot and an R rating.Read More
Admittedly, I do get super excited when a filmmaker with such an offbeat taste like Yorgos Lanthimos gets the budget and resources to make a film that looks like The Favourite did. It was exactly what I expected it to be. What did I expect it to be? An absurdly complex narrative set in a fairly accessible and familiar setting with each scene shattering my expectation of how it should have been written and presented.Read More
The film is a warm hug.
I didn't grow up with Mr. Rogers, hell I didn't even know who he was until I watched this film. And I am so glad I did. I think everybody owes it to themselves to take a break and watch these 90 minutes filled with positivity and hope, something we all desperately need in today's time.
My computer screen turned to theirs. As my device booted up to a version of windows XP, what unfolded over the next 1 hour 45 minutes were some of the best directed screenplay I've seen in some time.Read More
You were never really here is a poetic account of troubled redemption. It's definite arthouse, often times, transcending into an unexplainable space of mental health maps.Read More
It's the Infamous 1984, Netflix hands us the power to make choices and control what happens in the story of Stefan. Taking concepts of meta-fiction and exploiting them a ton, the idea that sounds so good on paper ends up being a drag to get through.Read More
Aquaman is a gloriously well directed superhero film. It's beautiful, engaging and multiple levels of badass. It's the definite Aquaman we deserve.Read More
We all know that one friend who is rich beyond their measure but their house looks like Bappi Lehri's wet dreams. Or the Mercedes with yellow rims that you might have seen in South Bombay?
Yeah, 2.0 is pretty much that. It's an expensive five star buffet that tries 17 exotic cuisines and screws up your basic dal.
How can two people be so good for each other but just terrible for their own selves. Etching happiness and pain, falling into a vicious cycle of their ideas of each other. It's as warming as toxic, and the incredible songs just catalyse your vulnerability and a feeling of hopelessness as you watch on.Read More
Tumbbad has to be the most unexpected film to shake the scene up. That is, if you do not know about its long journey to the screens.
Tumbbad comes like a storm, washing away memories of all the terrible horror you've had to watch from Bollywood, and the endless Hollywood sequels.
First Man has the most intense and realistic space flight scenes that I've ever experienced.
This is why I love films? They have the power to put you in a place you might never be in, in this case...the precious shoes of Neil Armstrong.