The first thought I had while watching Sonchiriya is that I should have seen this in the theaters. But more than anything, I am happy with the fact that such a film exists
I want to thank Vince Gilligan for deciding to revisit this world with El Camino. The film feels more like an extended episode of the show and that works well in my opinion.
Justice League was one of the widely anticipated superhero films purely because we were getting to see our favorite characters on screen. In hindsight they probably would have gone with a more consistent tone but the film just feels a little meh.
From the minds of the Safdie Brothers comes Good Time and it is one hell of a crazy trip. It takes so many twists and turns that you cannot help but appreciate the way the story has been plotted.
But when Personal Shopper focuses on the element of closure, that’s when it hits the strongest. As someone who lost a family member quite recently, I could really connect with what Kristen Stewart was feeling.
With Asuran, Aadukalam and Polladhavan, Vetrimaaran has shown that he can take the constructs of a commerical film and make it his own. It is incredible to see the way a commercial film can be tweaked into something meaningful.
Where Jallikattu excels is in the way it plays with the audiences’ minds, be it in the common goal or the characters, your loyalty keeps shifting.
As for the film, this is one that goes beyond the Marvel/DC war. As a standalone film, it works as a remarkable showcase for what comic book films can be like.
Films & Frames had a chance to talk to Alokananda Dasgupta, a music composer. Her work can be found in
Parasite is another fantastic entry into the filmography of a modern auteur and I can’t wait to see what Bong comes up with next. The emotions are right there but they aren’t shoved into prominence.