A mesmerizing, intense, and physically driven piece of war cinema with an atmospheric soundtrack just as harsh as the unrelenting landscape the characters suffer through. People often compare this film to the work of Tarkovsky, while there are similarities, I would say it's more of a precursor to the work of Béla Tarr with how Shepitko utilizes a more contemplative approach to capture austere and bleak imagery.
Aravindan’s Esthappan (Stephen) is about the stuff legends are made of, about how we, transcend the everydayness of our lives by weaving tales out of memories, dreams and imagination. This narrative about Esthappan, who turns into a visionary in the minds of the Christian fisher folk in their village, weaves into itself local myths and legends, folk play and songs. Esthappan is set among christian fishermen in Kerala and narrates life of a wandering and mysterious spiritualist. Arivandan draws parallels…
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" I am Iron Man."
I am a huge Iron Man fan and watching my favorite superhero dying was heartbreaking but Marvel and Russo Brothers gave the perfect ending to the Iron Man character. The whole MCU was started with the Iron Man when Tony announced 'I am Iron Man' to the public and Tony's journey ended with the same iconic line.
Endgame is funny, extremely smart, pretty freaking epic, and delivers on basically everything. Gives you all you want,…