On A Journey To Experience Cinema And It's Potential. Here to learn from others, record and make notes on the films I see.
SRK's comeback year kicked off with Pathaan which I didn't like much and felt as if it started right where things stopped for him and although a lot of Jawan feels the same way, this is so much more charged with energy that I couldn't help but enjoy every lasting minute of this even though I felt as if the social issues which were highlighted throughout the film were in the end not properly addressed and got lost in all…
I have a bias towards home videos and how they are used here in Aftersun is enough to make me adore this film with all my heart. No questions asked, I was moved by the film and am overwhelmed as I write this.
Charlotte Wells pours her heart out for her debut feature and all aspects of the film are evidence of her love for her characters, their story and the medium itself, whether it be through the cinematography, especially…
I was looking forward to watching Everything Everywhere All At Once because of the hype around the film and its various themes and the concept of multiverse, explored all at once. The film definitely lives up to its name and delivers on the promised chaos and non stop madness. The action sequences are marvellous and the humour although not overly funny adds to the tone that the film sets.
I understand that it's hard to fit so much into a…