Tag: Drama

“Silver Haze” (2023) – A Captivating Story of Healing and Love

“SIlver Haze,” an emotional British-Dutch co-production drama directed by Sacha Polak, is set to be screened at the 38th BFI Flare: London LGBTQIA+ Film Festival from March 13 to 24, at BFI Southbank and on BFI Player. The film was previously nominated for the Panorama Audience Award at the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival, where […]

You Get Me (2017) – Movie Review

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 young college-going kids, so […]

The Inuring (2016) – short film, drama

‘The Inuring’ is an anti-bullying short film exploring the divide between two sisters. The Inuring tells the story of Aleisha, an eighteen-year-old girl who shares the family home with her twenty-five-year-old sister Claudette. Ever since their Father passed away three years ago, the rift between the sisters has grown wider. Aloof to the outbursts and […]

All Eyez On Me (2017) – Tupac Shakur Biopic

All Eyez On Me is a biopic of the legendary hip hop artist, poet and actor Tupac Shakur. The film chronicles the life of Shakur – from his humble beginnings to his rise as one of the widely revered artist with all fame, to his imprisonment and finally a violent demise. The film stars Demetrius Shipp […]

Big Eyes (2014) – A Biopic, The Film, The Art

I recently saw the 2014 biopic BIG EYES, directed by Tim Burton, who is responsible for some of the best and most well-known films of all time, including Beetlejuice (1988), Edward Scissorhands (1990), Sleepy Hollow (1999), and Corpse Bride (2005). This Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee American film director never fails to deliver. BIG […]

Nowhere Safe (2014) – Movie Review

The new family drama Nowhere Safe is a film for all those young students in schools or colleges who are very much aware of cyberbullying. This is a low-budget film with an important message to our youth and society on the grief and sorrow cyber-bullying may cause to one’s life, and hence with a moral […]

‘Frontera’ (2014) – Set On The Borders Of US And Mexico

Wow! Yes, this is what my experience is after watching the movie ‘Frontera’, co-written and directed by Michael Berry. It’s certainly a moving tale about a Mexican family and an American couple who witness life on the other side of fences and fates. Set on the chaotic border area of the southwestern frontier of the US […]

Beautiful Boy (2010): A Boy, His Horrific Crime, and His Devastated Parents

“Beautiful Boy,” directed by Shawn Ku, pictures the ordeal of parents after their young son’s death and moreover their son who committed a mass shooting at his university campus before killing himself. While as of now, there are quite a few films on the school shooting and such kinds of rampages, this one is more […]

‘Powder Blue’ (2009) – Starring Forest Whitaker, Ray Liotta, and Jessica Biel

Well, most of the time I just go by my instinct to watch a movie without going by reviews, its storyline or star cast. Same way, I just bumped into the DVD of ‘Powder Blue’ with an ensemble cast, including the likes of Ray Liotta, Forest Whitaker, and Jessica Biel. Written and directed by Timothy Linh […]

“According To Greta” (2009): An Offbeat Drama About A Teen Struggling With Family

“According To Greta,” directed by Nancy Bardawil, is an unconventional drama that follows a teen who is having trouble with her family and relationships. Many films examine various facets of adolescence, but only a select number successfully capture the rebellious yet relatable nature of typical teenagers. “According to Greta” seeks to focus on a few […]

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