Aamis (Ravening) Review | by Somdutta Roy

Movie: Aamis (2019)                                  Director: Bhaskar Hazarika “Out beyond the ideas of wrong doing and right doing there is a field. I’ll meet you there” – Rumi Love has this innate ability to take one to places where wrong and…

BOLLYWOOD — IT’s TIME TO END THIS DIVIDE

In the last few months, Indian cinema has lost some great stalwarts — Irrfan Khan, Rishi Kapoor, Basu Chatterjee and now Sushant Singh Rajput. It’s barely been 24 hours since we lost a very promising young talent. A talent, who probably, like Shah Rukh Khan, came up the Bollywood bandwagon on his own merit. From…

Capernaum Review | by Chirag Raveendran

Capernaum is a Lebanese drama film which premiered at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. It is directed by Nadine Labaki, who also portrays the character of the protagonist’s lawyer. The film stars Syrian refugee child actor, Zain Al Rafeea, as the lead character, a 12 year old boy living in the slums of Beirut. Many…

This Is Us – Season One Review | by Anannya Srusti

This Is Us, directed by Dan Fogelman, takes you on a journey in the lives of the Pearson family; a journey that is blissful, despite its fair share of sorrows. The show narrates the lives of the Pearson siblings in the present and uses flashbacks to recount their lives as kids along with the individual…

Undone Review | by Chirag Raveendran

Undone is an American comedy-drama web television animated series created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg, known as the creator and show runner of BoJack Horseman and Kate Purdy, who was a writer and producer on BoJack Horseman. It stars Roza Salazar as the protagonist and Bob Odenkirk, from Better call Saul and Breaking bad, as her father….

Anantaram (Thereafter: Monologue) Review | by Chirag Raveendran

Some movies start like any other movie with a linear flow and no twists. While some make you think at the very end, others makes you think from the very beginning to the very end. The movie “Anantaram (Thereafter)” doesn’t belong to any of the above. It’s beautifully split into two halves. Where the first…

I Lost My Body | Review by Chirag Raveendran

Have you ever started watching a movie and were left confused as to where exactly the plot will lead us but keeps you captivated with its unique storytelling and a wonderful background score? I am sure you might have. I lost my body is one such movie. Once you start there’s no going back. It’s…