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  • Dil Dhadakne Do

  • Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

    ★★★★★

  • Accident

  • Ambulance

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  • RAGE

    RAGE

    astound by every image of this. at first i thought words were far powerful here which makes both sound and image seem reserved but after watching this multiple times i feel it's the opposite. the grizzly sepia grain looks perfect for the symbols it represents/expounds.

    made by prem, watch it here: youtu.be/CHZvDWdqHww

  • K.G.F: Chapter 1

    K.G.F: Chapter 1

    i think ppl r taking for granted/dismissing the sheer scale this movie has. from ariel helicopter shot for a 15 second scene to pota lights been directly thrown at the camera before it cuts to another equally insane image (which isn't ur normal tv light leak) — all this while being economical, is crazy. the use of cameras — one dedicatedly for the inserts, one for the usual and one for slomos (theres multiple types in that too so i…

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  • The Matrix Revolutions

    The Matrix Revolutions

    ★★★★★

    godfather 3 wishes it was matrix revolutions, zack snyder saw this while writing batman vs superman, the color green came into existence after revolutions, debussy started music after multiple listening to the final fight orchestra piece, karl marx wrote capital after analysing this trilogy n realising how bleak and hopeless the ending may be, people who take this art form seriously should be thankful this exists while others should know the fact that this is the only film ever made.…

  • Haider

    Haider

    ★★★★★

    on my sixteenth mom recounted an event from late 90s kashmir, an era of myraid loss, abuses, armed resistance and an epoch in which "hum kya chahte? azadi!" became a slogan for the collective consciousness who longed for freedom. amongst thousands of miltants who stood up for/in defense of the oppressed were two from mom's hometown. on multiple occasions they came back home to their families, people and everyone from the locality loved them. there's always a cynical optimism in…