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Experiencing The World Of Darkness

There is one question to which I answer by thinking out loud, and finally conclude by shrugging my shoulders. This muddle is when people ask me what I do on the weekends. Well, practically, I just laze around and cannot… Continue Reading →

Phillauri – A Review

*Spoiler Alert* Anshai Lal’s first directorial adventure, Phillauri is the story of Kanan (Suraj Sharma),  a confused NRI who  returns to India from Canada to marry his childhood friend Anu (Mehreen  Pirzada ).  The twist in the tale is  when… Continue Reading →

Naam Shabana Review

  Naam Shabana, has been made as a prequel to the film Baby (2015), which was written and directed by Neeraj Pandey. But, Naam Shabana was  directed by  Mr. Shivam Nair and that’s probably why the movie lost all its… Continue Reading →

What to watch: Arrival.

The new Alien film, Arrival, not to be confused with Mid 90s movie, The Arrival, is a 2016 American Science fiction film directed by Denis Villeneuve and written by Eric Heisserer. It is based on the 1998 short story “Story… Continue Reading →

Review: LA LA LAND

Spoilers ahead!! Trust me they only make you want to watch the movie more. La La Land has already made history, breaking the record for most Golden Globes won by a single film after snagging all seven of the awards… Continue Reading →

Shivaay Movie Review

Warning: Review contains Spoilers. “Shivaa” with a “y”! Why? Well, no clue. Ajay Devgn plays the role of a Himalayan mountaineer who has no family. His passion towards mountain-climbing is shown from the very beginning to the end in the… Continue Reading →

Pink Review

When the infamous documentary titled “India’s daughter” courted controversy for a number of reasons, one article stood out in its criticism: it accused the documentary of exploring the 2012 Delhi gang rape victim’s past of “good behaviour” to gain unlikely… Continue Reading →

From Ticket Collector to a Trophy Collector

We know us Indians don’t reckon cricket just as a sport and Bollywood just as a means of entertainment. So when heard that a biopic was being made on our Captain Cool, we couldn’t have asked for anything more, could… Continue Reading →

UDTA PUNJAB

The much awaited Udta Punjab hit screens finally after a lot of controversy. The story revolves around lives of four people : a rock star, a migrant labourer, a doctor and a cop who have only one thing in common,… Continue Reading →

Hayee Yah! Justice Delivered.

Do you remember the times when animals did Kung Fu? And, there was this one panda that was made the Dragon Warrior of the Valley Of Peace? And, this panda actually saved the valley and also all of China just… Continue Reading →

Batman vs Superman Review

(Disclaimer: This review is filled with spoilers. Don’t say I didn’t warn you) Firstly, I would like to confess that I am a huge Batman fan.  As a kid, I would watch the caped crusader punch his enemies and be… Continue Reading →

WORLD OF TOMORROW

World of tomorrow is a stick figure short animated film directed by Don Hertzfeldt. It’s his first film done digitally unlike his other ones. This movie features the voices of Julia Pott (third generation Emily or Emily Clone) and Don’s… Continue Reading →

The Big Short

This is a story of four people who have foreseen the 2008 economic crisis in United States. Eight years ago, subprime mortgage crisis required U.S. Federal Reserve to purchase $700 billion worth distressed assets to bail out most of the banks. The Big Short… Continue Reading →

Sicario

An American crime thriller, Sicario is sure to give you the chills and the thrills. Sicario means “hit man” in Mexican. The movie deals with a brief period of time in the career of Kate Macer, an FBI Agent. One… Continue Reading →

In the “Spotlight”

 Mitchell Garabedian: If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to abuse them. Based on real events, this movie chronicles the impressive efforts of the real Spotlight team led by Marty Baron, the then newly… Continue Reading →

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