Reviews

  • ‘Loving Vincent’ Review: A Breath-Taking Tribute to Van Gogh

    In the world’ s first fully oil-painted feature film, the artist’s paintings come to life with dream-like surrealism. Multitudes had been eagerly awaiting the screening of Loving Vincent at Mumbai Film Festival 2017 and greeted it with the most thunderous…

  • Toilet Ek Prem Katha Review : a welcome merger of commerce and cause

    Even though the movie is talking about toilets, Director Shree Narayan Singh’s sanitation celluloid Toilet Ek Prem Katha (TEPK) is a creative representation of a social satire enveloped entirely around a romantic tale. A non-squeamish visual where the audience won’t…

  • Dunkirk Review : Nolan’s Thunderous Reminder of Cinema’s Power

    In the times of infiltration, mass abductions and the rising tension between nations to wage fully equipped war on each other, Christopher Nolan’s immersive World War II drama, Dunkirk is a needed horror to reminisce the ruthless consequences that a war incapacitates. Shot…

  • Winter Fresh: new Gujarati film Shubh Aarambh is fresh and endearing

    પવન ના સહવાસી છે પંખી ના પર સ્થિર હોય કે ફરફરતા, શું ફેર પડે છે … તારાજ તરફ વધવાના છે મારા કદમ થાકેલા હોય કે થરકતા, શું ફેર પડે છે … (verses from the film) Released on 13th of January…

  • Listen Amaya

      Most of us seem to avoid it, be it someone else’s voice falling on our ears or the voice of our own consciousness telling us something. It is the easy way out. Escapism. We often feel that by not…




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