In the endeavor to fulfill the desires of our lives, we often forget the person who helped us to become the independent, open-minded person- our mother. Living thousands of miles away from my hometown and my mother has definitely made me a strong and independent woman, but how many times did I turn around and … More Otherhood (2019) Movie Review: Cheers! to the superheroes of our lives: Mothers!
Every week Netflix drops a good entertainment treat for its viewers and subscribers. My personal favourites are movies and series which actually jerks you back to reality. The Red Sea Diving Resort proves to be nothing less. A story so close to reality, based on a true story, points out at the inherent discrimination that … More The Red Sea Diving Resort (2019) Movie Review: One Heroic Step and Thousands of Lives Saved
Do you make mistakes while doing your work at the office? We all do but we have developed a very smooth way of covering it up- there are no excuses. We as an employee are always expected to deliver perfect work consistently, as close as, it can get to a robot. However, we are humans, … More I Am Mother (2019) Movie Review: What An Interesting Message!
Apart from Aahat, a series that was aired in the ’90s, I have always shown little interest in Indian horror shows or movies. Even then, I would watch Aahat only because some of the episodes in that series was funny rather than scary. By using underdeveloped animation technologies, unrealistic makeup and costume and bad yet … More ‘Typewriter’ Netflix Series Review: A Memory Lane To All Your Favorite Horror Films
Now, who doesn’t like rom-coms! Almost every old soul, looking for comfort in the night tries to grasp onto something warm yet lighthearted. If you are trying to do away with your Monday blues today, you can perhaps try your hand on this movie which has been featured on Netflix recently, named, The Rewrite. Movies … More The Rewrite (2014) Movie Review: There is Something about Movies on Second Chances.
Netflix has just dropped another thriller this week, and you have guessed it right, it is Secret Obsession. Now, before you even think of watching the trailer before diving into the movie, I would suggest that you don’t. The trailer gives up the essential plot elements and will make you ask the question – “Do … More Secret Obsession (2019) Movie Review: How ‘Secret’ was it really kept?
Starring ever sexy Jennifer Aniston and ever effortlessly funny Adam Sandler, this movie revolves around, as the title says, a murder mystery. Though I liked the chemistry of these two actors on the screen, it seems that the movie has completely relied on them to generate its revenue. In this movie, Audrey, played by Jennifer … More Murder Mystery (2019) Movie Review: It Will Make You Chuckle If Not Laugh
This season’s storyline seemed a bit stretched out. As if the writers, Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer, didn’t know how else to continue the story. So they repeated certain aspects of the season one and two, to create season three. However, one of the redeeming qualities of this season was its humorous scenes that had … More Stranger Things (Season 3) Review: Want More Of Season One/Two, Watch Season Three
Many viewers of this movie might suddenly feel alienated by the factor that the script is highly strange and exaggerated. But is it? Is live-in relationship and dating not really a thorn in the side of the society? You might say No, it isn’t. But trust me when I say it is. People living in … More Luka Chuppi (2019) Movie Review: Creating A Bridge b/w Old and The Newer Generation
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.