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Lust Stories – Exploring the forbidden emotion

Lust Stories – Exploring the forbidden emotion

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Netflix original anthology Lust Stories is an attempt to present the forbidden emotion ‘lust’ just as a regular human need, and doing so casts light on Indian society and its moral complexities. While depicting lustfulness, this movie certainly does not have to be any soft-porn or erotic in nature. It’s more to do with human […]

DARC (2018) – Review – an ultra-violent gangster drama

DARC (2018) – Review – an ultra-violent gangster drama

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I was looking for some Liam Neeson kind of slick action thriller and got this ultra-violent crime thriller DARC, now streaming on Netflix. Director Julius R. Nasso brings this action-packed, blood soaked revenge crime thriller that goes with the likes of Taken film series or Keanu Reeves starrer John Wick series. DARC is actually dark […]

Love Per Square Foot (2018) – Love, romance and humour

Love Per Square Foot (2018) – Love, romance and humour

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With Love Per Square Foot, Netflix ventures into Hindi film industry to draw Indian audience with what they like the most – Bollywood clichéd Rom Com. Well, I say this in a positive note, as most of Indians see life in a prism of happiness all-around. This film is full of emotion, love, romance and […]

Revenge – Stylish, intense and bloody [on Netflix]

Revenge – Stylish, intense and bloody [on Netflix]

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French director Coralie Fargeat’s debut feature film Revenge is surprisingly stylish and slaughterous with a thrilling premise. It is an out-and-out revenge drama involving three men and a woman-who survives a near-death to hunt those three who put her into a mess. Well, it’s one of those survival thriller where you know that the lead […]

You Get Me (2017) – Movie Review

You Get Me (2017) – Movie Review

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You Get Me, a Netflix Original produced by Awesomeness Films, is a romantic-psychological thriller involving a love triangle that takes a wrong turn with few uninspiring characters. Before we move to review the film or give more details of the storyline, let’s make it very clear that this movie caters to the young college-going kids, […]

Orbiter 9 (2017) – Spanish Sci-Fi Romantic Drama

Orbiter 9 (2017) – Spanish Sci-Fi Romantic Drama

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Netflix‘s Spanish sci-fi film Orbiter 9 follows a young woman Helena (Clara Lago), who is alone in a spaceship spending 20 years of her life since the day of her birth. Assigned with some secret mission by some unknown agency, her parents abandoned the ship, as a technical malfunction left them with no choice but […]

A Quiet Place (2018) – Movie Review

A Quiet Place (2018) – Movie Review

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A Quiet Place, set in a post-apocalyptic earth, deals with dreadful alien creatures those are now danger to the remaining human population, who are struggling to survive by turning quiet to everything. Yes, you make any sound and you’re a gone case. Those aliens use sound to track and kill humans. Emily Blunt and John […]

Les Affamés (aka Ravenous): Movie Review

Les Affamés (aka Ravenous): Movie Review

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Director Robin Aubert’s zombie apocalypse Ravenous generates more than enough interest for you to watch the film till the end than those many others in the sub-genre. This horror film (in French language – Les Affamés) banks heavily on the plot, environment and some great performance. The film has won the Toronto International Film Festival […]

Che Guevara: Beyond the Myth (2017) [Documentary Review]

Che Guevara: Beyond the Myth (2017) [Documentary Review]

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While director Tancrede Ramonet’s documentary Che Guevara: Beyond the Myth is yet another film on the iconic South American revolutionary, it still has its uniqueness with some previously unseen documents, and little known archive footage. It certainly tried to show the events and episodes in the life of Che – away from the myth and […]

On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace (2017)

On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace (2017)

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Director Heitor Dhalia’s On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace is based on Michael O’Neill’s book of the same name – published by Taschen. This is an incredible documentary on the power of Yoga and how the practice can elevate our feelings and experience about life. Well, you need to be a little more spiritual or […]