What holds the viewers then are the characters and the unraveling of their individuality and their secrets which comes out because of the unique empathetic connection that they have with each other throughout. … More 13 Reasons Why Season 3 (2019) Review: Because Bryce Walker had to be Hit by Karma?
The series by the end actually left me in a cliffhanger. I remember uttering a soft ‘No! Oh!No! Don’t end’ by the last few minutes of the 8th episode. Now, I almost can’t wait for the next season to take over the globe again. I want it more! … More Love Alarm: Season 1 (2019) Review: Because Your Heart Always Rings For Your Love.
I watch this movie every time I feel weak and powerless as a woman. I agree those occasions are rare as I live in a fairly safe and nice neighbourhood, but sometimes, I just don’t feel safe with some people or situation. No, it is not, like someone ever hurt me, but they do a … More Enough (2002) Movie Review: A Must Watch Movie For Every Woman
Have you ever been in a dark room where you see, maybe, a lamp and think that it was a person, and get scared? Or, have you ever got hypersensitive to things around you after watching a scary movie that you start to imagine things which are not really there, and somewhere, it makes you … More Hereditary (2018) Movie Review: Ari Aster Will Scare You
Hey dreamers! I am feeling very nervous about writing this blog. As firstly, Ron liked the last review on the movie ‘Slacker’ (If you have not checked it out yet, then please do) a lot. So now, I ended up raising the bar for the subsequent movie reviews. And secondly, because this movie ‘Nostalghia’ is … More Nostalghia (1983) Movie Review: Pause, Take in the Marvel of Every Scene
With almost the entire nation taking up Apna Time Ayega as its anthem, Gully Boy in the hands of the most able director Zoya Akhtar managed to become a pioneer of hip-hop musical drama in India. It is a pictorial genius which leaves you in awe. When and after you watch the movie, all you … More Gully Boy (2019) Movie Review: Zoya Akhtar’s Motion Picture Superability.
There is no better time to release a movie like ‘Manikarnika’ than when the air is filled with the spirit of patriotism. Happy Republic Day to everyone! I remember, I was in the second grade when I first heard about Rani Laxmi Bai in my Hindi literature lesson and, somewhere, I thought she was a … More Manikarnika- The Queen of Jhansi (2019) Movie Review: The Re-awakened In A Glorious Form
Let’s start this review with a question that is very obviously asked in the movie directly and indirectly a several times. What is a nation after all?What makes a nation? Growing up in a state amidst the disputed lands of the Northeast, I have often asked myself and those around me about the constant conflicts … More Mulk (2018) Movie Review: An Eye-opener on the Secular Nation that we Live in.
Maybe it is way too late to review a movie that has been released last year on the 14th of September, but maybe it is not. The reason for watching this movie late is a song. Yes, can you believe it!!! A song. It is named Grey Walaa Shade. A certain verse of this song … More Manmarziyaan (2018) Movie Review: A Genuine Attempt to Make Audience Think About Love And Passion
Last Friday, I went with my friends to watch the movie ‘URI- The Surgical Strike’. To be honest, I didn’t see the trailer for this movie before going to the theatre, so I had no expectations. I went to watch it because of my friend and the editor of this channel, Poulomi Das, insisted, and … More URI- The Surgical Strike (2019) Movie Review: A well Directed Movie Portraying India’s Response To Terrorism