Game Over is one of the best experiences I’ve had in a theater this year. It is a film that keeps you guessing and thinking about all that is happening. The fact that a lot of it is left open to interpretation pushes it to the next level.
One of my favorite aspects of Malayalam cinema is that no one cares about their position as stars. Everyone wants to work for the script and that is their biggest strength.
The technical brilliance of Free Solo is often forgotten due to the magnificence of Alex Honnold but it is a stunning achievement from a cinematic standpoint as well.
Without the bond between Faizi and Kareem Bhai, the story wouldn’t move the way it does. Any scene with the two can be picked out and looked at but I have chosen one that is quite close to my heart.
High Life certainly does not disappoint as it is one film that raises more questions than it gives answers. Personally I like this as I feel that too many movies try giving answers when they perhaps don’t have to.
It is a celebration of life, love, friendship and everything in between. So, instead of trying to analyze the film, I’d like to put forward a few reasons why Premam is an enduring classic.
In the end, Photograph is the poem that you do not finish but keep going back to. Not because you want to make it complete but seeing it unleashes a cocktail of feelings that take you to a different zone.
Booksmart is a funny, realistic take on high school that will resonate with many. It has two outstanding young actors in Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein. The chemistry between both of them is palpable and it feels very real and lived-in.
There are kickass action sequences but there is so much character building which is heartening and a little surprising given the run time.
To begin with, calling him the ‘Twilight dude’ is a disservice to all the stellar work that he has done this decade. By focusing on Indie films and working with strong scripts, he has shown how good an actor he is.