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Dreams and Reality in Perfect Blue

Director Satoshi Kon is a man obsessed with duality. You can see it in his truth-crossed hysteria filled world of Paranoia Agent or in his mish-mash of dreamscape and waking existence in Paprika. He has always been a creator intensely… Continue Reading

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Dwitiyo Purush (2020) review

How do you articulate the impact of a film that feels designed to lob only dialoguebaazi at the audience for yielding whistles and does nothing else whatsoever? One can begin by talking, at the outset, about the popular appeal of… Continue Reading

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1917 review

“Schofield checks his wounded hand. It pulses blood. He feels as if he is being watched. He looks around.Next to him is the body of a German soldier with rats feasting on it.Blake jumps into the sap just next to… Continue Reading

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‘Psycho’ (2020) review

Psycho, released on 24 January 2020 world over, has been running successfully with mixed responses from critics and audience. It is a psychological thriller in Tamil, written and directed by Mysskin. It is a fascinating dive into the psyche of… Continue Reading

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Looking back ‘Frances Ha’

Frances Ha (2012), directed by Noah Baumbach and written by Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach, is a love story. The movie begins with a series of shots of Frances and Sophie, her roommate. These scenes introduce the audience to a… Continue Reading

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The Witcher – Season 1 Episode 1

Most film adaptations of video games (minus Detective Pikachu and the first Mortal Kombat movie) are said to be cursed with bad reviews and being terrible overall. Some of the cursed video game movies include Resident Evil, Lara Croft, and… Continue Reading

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How Tumbbad engages with its visuals

When it comes to making a movie in the horror genre, the foremost struggle previous Bollywood movies have faced is finding a strong story-line. A group of friends visiting an old haunted bungalow and getting trapped seems cliché and it… Continue Reading

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Virus(2019) Review

Virus begins with a phone call alerting a crisis. It’s fitting because all sorts of crises, from that of ventilators and kits to manpower to public faith, permeates the film. The film is audaciously unmindful of chronological sequencing of the… Continue Reading

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