Month: June 2020

‘Axone’ Movie Review: A Story on Being Treated as an ‘Outsider’ in Your Country

Netflix India drama ‘Axone’ (pronounced akhuni) is an honest depiction of the everyday struggle of North East people living in Delhi. While it can be any other Indian metros where some people consider migrants as outsiders and treat them badly because they are different (in terms of looks, language, and culture), we in general conveniently […]

New Documentary Shorts on Netflix

For documentary film lovers, who are always keen to learn something new, documentary genre has been a go-to destination in many streaming platforms. And, when it comes to short documentary films, Netflix already has a few award-winning titles in its catalog. If you are new to documentary shorts, please start with the Academy Award® winning […]

‘Spotless’ – A Short Film About an Acid Attack Survivor

The short film ‘Spotless’, starring acclaimed Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam, follows a very sensitive issue by bringing the topic of acid attack victims and their sufferings throughout their lives while they try to come to terms with such horrific incidents. While ‘Spotless’ does not dive deep into the physical sufferings of the victim or the […]

‘Homemade’ – Short Films Made In Isolation

Several filmmakers have come together in making a collection of short films with personal and moving stories that capture our shared experience of life in quarantine. Netflix is bringing this collection of short stories Homemade, set to start streaming on June 30.   Filmmakers are always on the field, finding new ways to express their […]

“Lost Bullet” (Movie Review) – Survives Only With Action

Netflix’s action-thriller ‘Lost Bullet’ (Balle Perdue) is the latest French action movie coming out of an industry that is known for films like District 13, Sleepless Night, Taxi, and many others in the genre. While it lacks in story and thrill, it’s pretty good in action which makes it entertaining. “Lost Bullet” Movie Plot or […]

CURSED: Katherine Langford as Nimue, the Lady of the Lake

The Trailer for the Netflix drama CURSED is out. The series is based on Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler’s illustrated novel about the tale of King Arthur, written from the point of view of the Nimue (Lady of the Lake). Set to premiere on Netflix on July 17, the 10-episode series stars Katherine Langford as […]

‘7500’ Film Review – Prime Original Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Amazon Studio’s latest original movie ‘7500’ is a refreshing revisit of the usual airplane hijack stories. Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays the co-pilot on a flight from Berlin to Paris when it is attacked by terrorists on board. More than the plot, it is the execution by first-time director Patrick Vollrath who manages to instill enough thrill […]

‘The Old Guard’ – Charlize Theron Plays an Immortal Warrior [TRAILER]

‘The Old Guard’ is Netflix’s latest comic book driven superhero film set for a July 10 release. The film is directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood and stars Charlize Theron, KiKi Layne, and Chiwetel Ejiofor in prominent roles. Based on a graphic novel from author Greg Rucka and artist Leandro Fernandez, ‘The Old Guard’ follows four immortal […]

‘Relic’ (Trailer) – Emily Mortimer Starrer Looks Creepy

‘Relic’ is an upcoming horror film, directed by Natalie Erika James and starring Emily Mortimer and Robyn Nevin. Earlier screened at the Sundance Film Festival, ‘Relic’ is opening in theaters and VOD on July 10. Let us catch the trailer here for ‘Relic’ While the trailer does not give away much, first-time writer-director Natalie Erika […]

Gulabo Sitabo (Movie Review) – A Humorous, Yet Tragic Satire

Amazon Prime’s latest Hindi film “Gulabo Sitabo” is a social satire hitting hard on human nature and how our greed drives us to unexpected and unfortunate consequences. Directed by Shoojit Sircar, while most of us would like to watch the film for its stellar cast, including Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana, it is the story […]

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