• Tenet

    Tenet

    ★★★

    It has been coming isn't it? Nolan was going to this eventually. His interest and love for Time is not a secret, almost every movie he has made Time has been a major player. His storytelling process in itself is that way, where he dances from one slapping act to another, keeping the audience playing with what he wants to show eventually. Bringing it all together in the final act. While keeping his spoon feeding intact.

    Tenet is his most…

  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    ★★★★½

    Watching a Charlie Kaufman movie is like watching an abstract painting being painted by Picaso, as it ventures further you kind of start to get a glimpse of Jackson Pollock and as you even get closer there are hints of either Van Gogh or Rembrandt, based on your choice. Every person watching a movie has a different affection to it, different view, something personal and visceral.

    I'm thinking of Ending Things is quite personal to anyone who has been in…

  • The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness

    The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness

    ★★★★★

    A Studio Ghibli movie. I know in my heart as soon as I press play and the logo comes that I am going to watch something so special that I just want to come back to it and many a times live in that world. I mean who doesn't want to be with Totoro. Behind these great films and name Studio Ghibli are three important people who with their madness and dreams created all these great stories we witness.

    The…

  • Relic

    Relic

    ★★½

    A house in the woods, the creepy vibe, one transitions after other, the low lit graded color to bring the atmospheric horror feeling. Relic tries to bring everything to the table even a story that is slowly burning but with a past that isn’t really put to test. 

    Edna has gone missing from her house in the woods, her daughter Kay and granddaughter Sam travel to the house in search for her. Upon reaching they start to search for Edna…

  • First Cow

    First Cow

    ★★★★

    Cookie Figowitz is a soft spoken cook, travelling with fur trappers. One night he finds King Lu hiding in the dark, naked running from Russians. Cookie gives him shelter and clothes as the next day Cookie is left on his own as his colleagues take their own way. King Lu also makes his own via lake while Cookie starts his journey as he arrives in a small town where people from different backgrounds are placing their livelihoods.

    Co Written and…

  • The Old Guard

    The Old Guard

    ★★

    Humanity search for immortality, the God complex is something else of a madness altogether with The Old Guard, we meet a team of people who have regenerative abilities. Andy is an old century warrior, the oldest of the team consisting Booker, Joe and Nicky. This team helps people from deadly situations. With new mission in hand even with doubt from Andy but with Booker's reliability, the team accepts a mission from their old contact and former CIA operative Copley. Arriving…

  • On a Magical Night

    On a Magical Night

    ★★★★

    Maria is hiding inside the closet, watching her young lover argue with his girlfriend, she waits for them to finish but argument doesn’t seem to end rather get more monotonous. Frustrated Maria comes out of the closet, half naked, points out the needless things about the arguments and tells her lover’s girlfriend that they have been sleeping together for two months, she is his professor and she only persuaded him because of his name Asdrubal Electorat, the most erotic name…

  • Unforgiven

    Unforgiven

    ★★★★½

    It is quite a memorable experience to watch Unforgiven, Clint Eastwood is a name that resounds with the westerns, the lone wolf, THE MAN WITH NO NAME. Unforgiven is a chapter in Eastwood's career which he took all that glory and put towards this as the story puts its soul into the gushing violence that isn't glorified and praised rather it dives deep into the part which has to be living with.

    After an assault on a prostitute with slashing…

  • Spirited Away

    Spirited Away

    ★★★★★

    I have realized this and many of you also might have, that when you re watch a movie you love, with every rewatch you find something something more to love about it. You notice details you missed previously, you get immersed into the characters more and more, you feel the beauty of it and most importantly you fall in love with it more and more and more. It has been a long time since I watched Spirited Away, this is…

  • Happy Hour

    Happy Hour

    ★★★★★

    There are some movies that makes you feel the time has just paused while watching the movie, even with a runtime of 5 hours and 17 minutes, Happy Hour doesn’t make you feel a second of it as the story in itself becomes a part of us through these characters that at the end you feel wanting more and more. 

    Directed by Ryūsuke Hamaguchi, Happy Hour is a story about four middle class women Akari, Fumi, Jun and Sakurako. They spend…

  • An Unmarried Woman

    An Unmarried Woman

    ★★★★★

    When you look at the life of Erica Benton, it seems so perfect. An apartment in the heart of New York, part time job at a gallery, a great relationship with her daughter, a husband and great set of friends with whom she and they share everything they can with supporting each other. But soon everything comes crumbling down for Erica when her husband Martin tells her that he has fallen in love with someone else, who is 26 years…

  • Seconds

    Seconds

    ★★★★★

    Wow, what a thing of beauty! Watching Seconds was like having multiple orgasms to be honest. This movie is an incredible study for experimental filmmakers and especially for someone interested in paranoia gripped with science fiction. From its opening credit sequence that makes a mark in your your brain, the opening sequence itself sets a high tone throughout the movie and I tell you it doesn't disappoint one bit.

    Written by Lewis John Carlino and Directed by John Frankenheimer, Seconds…