Month: June 2015

“Woman in Gold” (2015) – Movie Review

The Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds starrer British-American biographical drama, “Woman in Gold”, is so far one of the finest films of the year. Many reasons make the film special for many, and one of those is its history that strikes our emotions. It’s an extraordinary true story of a Jewish Austrian lady who is […]

‘Indigenous’ (2014) – Horror – Tries Too Heard to Meet Genre Expectations

Ever since Paranormal Activity is released, the found-footage style of filmmaking has become a norm in the horror genre. Of course, the whole style of filmmaking where one or more characters in the film record the happenings while being an integral part of the story makes the whole experience interesting. However, one needs to be particular about […]

Dil Dhadakne Do (2015) – Movie Review

We live in a hypocritical world. Especially the society we live in never fails to amaze me. Bollywood is touching new margins wherein the young directors are bringing up topics of present-day relevance. While commercial success is surely a parameter taken into prime consideration when it comes to high-budget film production, Zoya Akhtar has once […]

Once Were Warriors (1994)

I was going through some history books, particularly on tribal culture, when one of my friends suggested exploring a few movies and one of those was “Once Were Warriors”. With no such basic knowledge of the context of this 1994-released New Zealand production, when I finally got to watch this recently on DVD, I was […]

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