Rohan Mistry

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“I’ve avoided therapy because movies are my therapy.” - Steven Spielberg

Joined Jan. 2019

Favorite films

  • Interstellar
  • Magnolia
  • Titanic
  • Inside Llewyn Davis

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  • The Eight Mountains

    ★★★

  • Jawan

    ★★★★

  • Die Hard

    ★★★★½

  • The First Slam Dunk

    ★★★★

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  • Magnolia

    Magnolia

    ★★★★★

    “It is in the humble opinion of this narrator that this is not just ‘something that happened.’ This cannot be ‘one of those things’… this, please, cannot be that. And for what I would like to say, I can’t. This was not just a matter of chance. These strange things happen all the time.”

    Paul Thomas Anderson’s 1999 epic mosaic of life in the San Fernando Valley is an imperfect masterpiece. Forgoing traditional storytelling tropes and throwing normal plot mechanics…

  • Nope

    Nope

    ★★★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    “What if I told you that today you’ll leave here different. I’m talking to you. Right here, you are going to witness an absolute spectacle! So what happens next? You ready? Are you ready?! Here we go.”

    Jordan Peele’s third feature film is a foray into the realm of summer blockbuster, weaving his now signature horror trademarks within a pure science-fiction romp. His ambition surpasses his reach here in attempt to pack as many disparate objectives into a single cohesive…

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  • The Barber of Little Rock

    The Barber of Little Rock

    ★★★

    Fairly ordinary presentation but broadens the scope of its subject to a much larger, national issue about wealth and race inequality in America.

  • The Last Repair Shop

    The Last Repair Shop

    ★★★

    Emotional, conveys the importance of music in these kids’ lives.

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  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho

    ★★★½

    Edgar Wright’s newest genre subversion comes in his psychological thriller Last Night in Soho. Consistently entertaining through heart-pumping sequences of grand intensity, Wright successfully crafts a unique world that finds his protagonist - played impressively by up-and-coming star Thomasin McKenzie - jumping through time, from present-day London to 1960s Soho, during her dreams until the lines between reality and imagination begin to blur. Vibrant cinematography and lively camera movements are made excellent use of. Drama builds perfectly through about 80…

  • Castle in the Sky

    Castle in the Sky

    ★★

    Fabulous animation from early Hayao Miyazaki but the story falls flat. Runs on far too long and I never really felt interested in where it was heading.