Murder Mystery (2019) Movie Review: It Will Make You Chuckle If Not Laugh

Starring ever sexy Jennifer Aniston and ever effortlessly funny Adam Sandler, this movie revolves around, as the title says, a murder mystery. Though I liked the chemistry of these two actors on the screen, it seems that the movie has completely relied on them to generate its revenue. In this movie, Audrey, played by Jennifer … More Murder Mystery (2019) Movie Review: It Will Make You Chuckle If Not Laugh

Hereditary (2018) Movie Review: Ari Aster Will Scare You

Have you ever been in a dark room where you see, maybe, a lamp and think that it was a person, and get scared? Or, have you ever got hypersensitive to things around you after watching a scary movie that you start to imagine things which are not really there, and somewhere, it makes you … More Hereditary (2018) Movie Review: Ari Aster Will Scare You

Stranger Things (Season 3) Review: Want More Of Season One/Two, Watch Season Three

This season’s storyline seemed a bit stretched out. As if the writers, Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer, didn’t know how else to continue the story. So they repeated certain aspects of the season one and two, to create season three. However, one of the redeeming qualities of this season was its humorous scenes that had … More Stranger Things (Season 3) Review: Want More Of Season One/Two, Watch Season Three

The Kumar Brothers: The Actors that Changed Indian Cinemas in 50’s

The fact is that, my father shared some resemblance with Ashok Kumar, at least, in my opinion. So, as like every father’s daughter, I gravitated towards watching Ashok Kumar’s movies. I still remember the first time I saw him in the movie Ek Choti si Baat where he acted as a love guru, something like … More The Kumar Brothers: The Actors that Changed Indian Cinemas in 50’s

Trans Europ-Express (1966) Movie Review: A New Form of Telling a Crime Story

Hello Strangers! I know it has been a long time since the last post, and I missed you, missed this every second I was away. As I was away, I have watched many movies, and they are all coming towards you as a recommendation soon. Today, we have gathered here to talk about the movie … More Trans Europ-Express (1966) Movie Review: A New Form of Telling a Crime Story

Nostalghia (1983) Movie Review: Pause, Take in the Marvel of Every Scene

Hey dreamers! I am feeling very nervous about writing this blog. As firstly, Ron liked the last review on the movie ‘Slacker’ (If you have not checked it out yet, then please do) a lot. So now, I ended up raising the bar for the subsequent movie reviews. And secondly, because this movie ‘Nostalghia’ is … More Nostalghia (1983) Movie Review: Pause, Take in the Marvel of Every Scene

Slacker (1990) Movie Review: The Second movie by Richard Linklater

Hey to all the strangers and some known people! How strange is this feeling? The words that I am writing (typing) behind the closed door of my cozy and comfortable room is soon going to be/is being witnessed by you. And, if these words had consciousness (or mind), then they would have observed you in … More Slacker (1990) Movie Review: The Second movie by Richard Linklater

Le Samouraï (1967) Movie Review: Jean-Pierre Melville’s Smooth Attempt to Reveal the Grey Area of Morality

Hello, to all the people who are existing. So, a few weeks back, I asked my friend, whom I consider to be ‘A Great artist of this era’, about his favourite movie. I wanted him to tell me ONE of his favourite movie, the word ‘one’ which I never got the chance of mentioning, as … More Le Samouraï (1967) Movie Review: Jean-Pierre Melville’s Smooth Attempt to Reveal the Grey Area of Morality

Manikarnika- The Queen of Jhansi (2019) Movie Review: The Re-awakened In A Glorious Form

There is no better time to release a movie like ‘Manikarnika’ than when the air is filled with the spirit of patriotism. Happy Republic Day to everyone! I remember, I was in the second grade when I first heard about Rani Laxmi Bai in my Hindi literature lesson and, somewhere, I thought she was a … More Manikarnika- The Queen of Jhansi (2019) Movie Review: The Re-awakened In A Glorious Form

URI- The Surgical Strike (2019) Movie Review: A well Directed Movie Portraying India’s Response To Terrorism

Last Friday, I went with my friends to watch the movie ‘URI- The Surgical Strike’. To be honest, I didn’t see the trailer for this movie before going to the theatre, so I had no expectations. I went to watch it because of my friend and the editor of this channel, Poulomi Das, insisted, and … More URI- The Surgical Strike (2019) Movie Review: A well Directed Movie Portraying India’s Response To Terrorism