Thursday, October 22, 2020

Reviews

‘Warrior Nun’ review: Nuns on the run, full-on pulpy fun

These are exciting times to be a teenager. You could either be fighting a televised battle to death in a post-apocalyptic world, running a...

‘Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado’ review: Bringing a myth to life

At one point in Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado, there is a tiny segment featuring a stock footage of American radio...

‘The Old Guard’ movie review: Charlize Theron’s superhero thriller isn’t usual comic book fare

Has there been a more definitive star in Hollywood over the last decade than Charlize Theron? She of the alcoholic ghost writer in Young...

‘Greyhound’ movie review: Tom Hanks’ WWII naval drama is a win for Apple TV+

Perhaps the best thing that can be said about Greyhound, is that it doesn’t feel at all like a fictional tale —it’s based on...

‘Home Game’ review: Netflix’s ringside view to the world’s weirdest sports

Did you know there is a sport in Florence, Italy that hasn’t matured or evolved since its medieval origins? Each of the participants of...

‘Sufiyum Sujatayum’ movie review: Love and sufism disappointingly remains skin-deep

Whirling dervishes, a protagonist named Sufi, background music with the word ‘roohi’ thrown in at regular intervals everytime the sufi’s lady love appears on...

‘Homemade’ movie review: Kristen Stewart, Gurinder Chadha headline captivating anthology of lockdown fillms

As the virus continues to rage across the world and we have to come to terms with a new normal, comes this timely gem....

‘Family Romance, LLC’ review: Werner Herzog’s film is lost between truth and fiction

Loneliness is hyper-real in Werner Herzog’s Family Romance, LLC. The German auteur’s gaze on longing and solitude is raw and unfiltered. Through documentary aesthetics...

‘Bhanumathi & Ramakrishna’ movie review: A charming, mature slice-of-life romance

Last week’s direct OTT Telugu film Krishna and his Leela and this week’s Bhanumathi & Ramakrishna feel like different sides of a coin. Both...

‘Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga’ review: Predictable, good-natured fare

This film is just what the doctor ordered in these unsettling times. It is 1974 in the little town of Húsavík in Iceland, a...

‘Dark’ Season 3 review: A fitting finale to Netflix’s sci-fi masterpiece

Shortly after the final season of German sci-fi series Dark premiered on Netflix, fans of the show took to various internet platforms with a...

‘47 Days’ movie review: Barring Satyadev’s performance, there’s nothing to root for

A moodboard, if there was one, while working on the story and screenplay of 47 Days (now streaming on Zee5) might have been a...

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