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Classic Review: Mean Streets

“You don’t make up for your sins in church. You do it in the streets. You do it at home. The rest is bullshit and you know it.” – Martin Scorcese/Charlie Time is a strange thing. It’s brutal, honest, and… Continue Reading

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Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw review

Immediately after hitting the cinema halls, the 9th instalment of the Fast and Furious franchise, a standalone film, Hobbs and Shaw has sparked animated discussions among the fans and followers of this famous series. So far it has received mixed… Continue Reading

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is ostensibly a movie about Charles Manson’s Family and the Tate murders. When many critics first heard that, they were stunned. It was said- no, demanded that Quentin Tarantino wouldn’t dare add his special… Continue Reading

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Article 15 review

Set in the rural village of Lalgaon in the heart of Uttar Pradesh, Article 15 recently released in 2019, as its name suggests refers to the provision mentioned in the Indian Constitution that prohibits discrimination of any citizen on the… Continue Reading

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The Lion King review

Disney remakes! You either love them or despise their existence. As for me, I like them so far..with a few exceptions (Maleficent, Dumbo, and Alice in Wonderland to name a few). But today, we’ll be talking about the 2019 remake… Continue Reading

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Midsommar review

Is it scary? – Dani To live is to suffer. Life is a series of painful events, followed by how we as humans react to said events. Where we place our trauma says a lot about us. Ari Aster’s Midsommar… Continue Reading

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Good Omens Review

More often than not, book-to-movie adaptations, even if they do decently at the box office, tend to fall short of their source material. However, this Amazon mini-series has the rare distinction of surpassing the World Fantasy award-nominated novel that Neil… Continue Reading

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Never Look Away Review

The art of movie making has evolved throughout the decade, with a remarkable necessity of packing multitude of perspectives, narratives, and ages all at once- packed in a moderate run time of one and half hours at least. This is… Continue Reading

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Spider-Man: Far From Home Review

“People want to believe – and nowadays, they will believe in anything.” These lines probably define the core idea of this film. After the Endgame, Tony Stark is dead and gone, along with other great heroes of the MCU who… Continue Reading

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Child’s Play (2019) Review

Like many people, I had my doubts about a Child’s Play remake, or re-imagining, or re-whatever. In fact, my first instinct was to scoff at the idea of a new, improved, artificially intelligent Chucky. In fact, this Chucky isn’t called… Continue Reading

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