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Green Book

The problem with white people, in general, is that they end up making everything about themselves- relationships, knowledge, action (right up to that in bed). In their newfound desire to be on the good side of history, they end up… Continue Reading

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First Reformed

The academy award nominated ‘First Reformed’ directed by Paul Schrader and featuring Ethan Hawke as lead and Amanda Seyfield, Victoria Hill, Phillip Ettinger and Cedric Kyles in supporting roles playing their parts very convincingly, takes inspiration from classic and controversial… Continue Reading

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Captain Marvel

With each new instalment, Marvel’s films have become more ambitious, CGI-infested and very predictable. Thus Captain Marvel, which is neatly packaged as a one-off 90s super heroine’s origin story, as well as a nice warm-up to Avengers: Endgame that releases… Continue Reading

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Roma

Watching Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma, one gets the feeling that they have bumped into a literal wall. For it is a tale from the perspective of Cleo Gutierez (debutant Yalitza Aparicio), the maidservant of the household. But does it tell Cleo’s… Continue Reading

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Bohemian Rhapsody

Cinema for the love of music.. Music is the food of the soul they say, and that’s true for most of the earthlings. Music sometimes can be the food of the soul by helping another art like cinema, adding  so… Continue Reading

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The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

An amiable-looking man with a weather-worn face ambles on his horse singing to his heart’s content and frequently pausing to leer and say something to the audience. His white cowboy suit is a pleasure to the eyes and it does… Continue Reading

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Calcutta 71

With Mrinal Sen’s passing on the 30th of December 2018 is considered by many cinephiles to be the passing of the last internationalist of Bengali cinema, as he was widely considered to be the last of the trio of himself,… Continue Reading

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Werckmeister Harmonies

When there are 39 shots stretched across 145 minutes, there is bound to be a demand on the viewer’s patience. And so it is with Béla Tarr’s 2000 epic, ‘Werckmeister Harmonies’, regarded as his masterpiece by many. Shot entirely in… Continue Reading

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Deidra & Laney Rob a Train

‘Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom’, true! Released in the year 2017, the movie ‘Deidra And Laney Rob a Train’ pivots around this theme. Directed by Sydney Freeland, this movie stars Ashleigh Murray, Rachel Crow, Tim… Continue Reading

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Eighth Grade

Austrian psychologist and sociologist, Sir Sigmund Freud once quoted, ‘Adolescence is society’s permission slip for combining physical maturity with psychological irresponsibility’. Adolescence is undoubtedly the most complicated stage in one’s life and dealing with this is a tough task. It… Continue Reading

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