Trans Europ-Express (1966) Movie Review: A New Form of Telling a Crime Story

Hello Strangers! I know it has been a long time since the last post, and I missed you, missed this every second I was away. As I was away, I have watched many movies, and they are all coming towards you as a recommendation soon. Today, we have gathered here to talk about the movie … More Trans Europ-Express (1966) Movie Review: A New Form of Telling a Crime Story

Nostalghia (1983) Movie Review: Pause, Take in the Marvel of Every Scene

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

Slacker (1990) Movie Review: The Second movie by Richard Linklater

Hey to all the strangers and some known people! How strange is this feeling? The words that I am writing (typing) behind the closed door of my cozy and comfortable room is soon going to be/is being witnessed by you. And, if these words had consciousness (or mind), then they would have observed you in … More Slacker (1990) Movie Review: The Second movie by Richard Linklater

Le Samouraï (1967) Movie Review: Jean-Pierre Melville’s Smooth Attempt to Reveal the Grey Area of Morality

Hello, to all the people who are existing. So, a few weeks back, I asked my friend, whom I consider to be ‘A Great artist of this era’, about his favourite movie. I wanted him to tell me ONE of his favourite movie, the word ‘one’ which I never got the chance of mentioning, as … More Le Samouraï (1967) Movie Review: Jean-Pierre Melville’s Smooth Attempt to Reveal the Grey Area of Morality