• First Cow

    First Cow

    Who thought someone milking a cow could be so meditative and romantic.

  • Jai Bhim

    Jai Bhim

    There's so much to like here but it ends up in a disappointment with the way entire film is directed and some crucial sequences are written. The sense of urgency and dread are hardly realised like Vetrimaaran did in Visaranai. And the lesser said about the court room scenes the better.

  • Minnal Murali

    Minnal Murali

    What I love about this film is that the super heroes don't want to save the planet or nature. The film has its issues, at times it uses tried and tested tropes of superhero films; however, the diligent and clever writing of characters, especially Shibu's one, that renders them more than plain black and white characteristics.

  • The Lost Daughter

    The Lost Daughter

    ★★★★½

    It just shows what immense pressure we put on motherhood. What's even more interesting is that the audience will read this film differently, and in a way, it will reflect their character.

  • The Leopard

    The Leopard

    What a disappointing start of this year!

  • King Richard

    King Richard

    The writing is quite terrible. Biographical dramas comes with additional responsibility of not adultrating the truth to such extent that you find it hard believing it. I don't know the truth, and I am sure William sisters' father had complete faith in them. But King Richard goes a step ahead and plays perpetually on how Serena and Venus Williams will be greatest of all time, because eventually that turned out to be the truh. It's one thing that parents believe in their children and other that the narrative perpetually leverage that confidence to constantly hammer us with it.

  • Spencer

    Spencer

    "All Spencer needs is KFC."

    One of the best Christmas movies.

  • Don't Look Up

    Don't Look Up

    Quite liked on the nose jokes and blunt satire.

  • High and Low

    High and Low

    ★★★★★

    Adapted from Ed McBain's crime novel "King's Ransom," the masterstroke of Kurosawa lies in the title he selected - "High and Low," it could befit the class divide he nuanced explores in the garb of a procedural thriller or it could also point to the fact that the detectives search high and low areas to catch the kidnapper.

    The film is a masterclass in writing, editing, and direction of photography. The nerve-wracking tension is maintained throughout a simple & linear story,…

  • August 32nd on Earth

    August 32nd on Earth

    A decent rom-com about two individuals unsure about themselves and their relationship.

  • The Worst Person in the World

    The Worst Person in the World

    As Joachim Trier said in an interview, this is a romantic comedy for those who hate romantic comedy.

  • Titane

    Titane

    Alright, so Raw was not a fluke and Julia Ducournau could be a worthy successor to David Cronenberg, "could" being an operative word here. The film does grow on you the more you think about it. From orgy of violence and sex to dramatic turn, the transition of the film encapsulates the essence of characters' relationship.