Nikhil Dash

I watch movies because I can't afford regular therapy.

Favorite films

  • Chungking Express
  • Dil Se..
  • Love Exposure
  • Gulaal

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  • A Fistful of Dollars

    ★★★★

  • Sardar Udham

    ★★★★★

  • The Woman in the Window

    ★★★★½

  • Halloween Kills

    ★★★

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  • A Fistful of Dollars

    A Fistful of Dollars

    ★★★★

    Saw the 2018 4k remaster. My God Ennio Morricone's score makes me leap with joy! I think I'm slowly starting to like westerns. This is a Yojimbo knock-off but still pretty good filmmaking, even if not as great as Kurosawa's.

  • Sardar Udham

    Sardar Udham

    ★★★★★

    Shoojit Sircar just can't stop making great films. Sardar Udham is far from any regular biopic or period film from the mainstream. It's less about documenting Shaheed Udham Singh's life and more about understanding his ideology and portraying the political turmoil and anger, post the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. It's so rare to see a Hindi film that's honest about Bhagat Singh's Marxist ideologies and isn't afraid of talking about HSRA's contribution to the Indian freedom struggle. Very much like Raoul…

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  • Radhe

    Radhe

    ★★

    Glorifying police brutality: 🤮
    Sallu bhai endorsing swachh bharat: 🤮
    Sexualising and objectifying Disha Patani: 🤮
    Prabhudeva's choreography: 🤮
    Cinematographer not knowing how to set ISO and shutter speed: 🤮
    Editor throwing a piss filter in post production: 🤮
    Police saying students and youth have power and they should use it to become fucking snitches: 🧐🤨
    Literally everytime Salman Khan and Disha Patani speak: 🤮
    Randeep Hooda: ❤️
    Randeep Hooda with Geralt of Rivia hairstyle in a single take action shot through smoke: 🥵🥵🥵❤️❤️❤️🥰🥰🥰🌸🌸🌸

  • AK vs AK

    AK vs AK

    ★★★★

    AK vs AK is a testament to the brilliance of Vikramaditya Motwane. Crazy how with each film he has always taken up a new genre and you can never guess where he goes with it. There are more references to cinema here than Om Shaanti Om or Luck by Chance and it's more than just a postmodernist meta film. Motwane's trenchant social commentary on the state of our film industry, media and the public perception of his subjects comes to…