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12 Years a Slave

One of the biggest problems of Hollywood cinema dealing with minorities is that the movies tend to become of and for whites no matter how much hopeful and different it sounds in the beginning, Black Panther being the latest example.… Continue Reading

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Into the Wild

In spite of life being neither coherent nor consistent, many authors have delved deep into the untamed domain of the wild to find peace and solace. Jon Krakauer has woven the loose threads of Christopher McCandless’ life together and has… Continue Reading

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Phantom Thread

How many of us have heard about “Haute Couture”? The rarest procedure of finest dressmaking and high end fashion wherein the costumes are constructed by hand from start to end under extreme attention and time consuming hand executed techniques. These… Continue Reading

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October Sky

A true story exhilarates a passionate soul more than anything else. The story when bestowed in the form of a movie with congenial music and awestruck scenes, it makes one feel more galvanized and more converged towards goal. October Sky… Continue Reading

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Maria’s Lovers

The first thing that strikes you about Andrei Konchalovsky’s 1984 Maria’s Lovers is that for an English movie, it is strange. You don’t believe that once the documentary footage, in the beginning, gets over, the characters actually start speaking in… Continue Reading

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