Favorite films

  • Stalker
  • The Big City
  • The Naked Island
  • The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie

Recent activity

  • The Diving Bell and the Butterfly


  • Mean Girls


  • Pride


  • Vikram


Recent reviews

  • Pride



    Such a powerful film made with utmost sincerity and much awareness. Totally Liked the fact that Matthew Warchus did not sugar coated the true story thematically, he simply carried out in a way it chronically took place. Certainly one of the better films in this genre. Loved it.

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    Batshit crazy throughout but the sequence that stood out for was the reverse tombstone piledriver off the floor,uff.

Popular reviews

  • C'mon C'mon

    C'mon C'mon


    The best a film could leave you with is the feeling of being grateful for the healthy connections and the blessings you've made or either leave you with longing for one such. Has film ever been this simple yet to affecting and powerful? Yes Daddy Kiaraostami did in Where is My Friend's House? and I certainly cannot recall many of those but Mike Mills has just such sort of rendered a magical spell in C'mon C'mon. This is extraordinary filmmaking.…

  • A Hero

    A Hero


    I wonder if one could get close to decipher the mechanics of human conscience let alone comprehending the absolute nature of it. Certainly, several contemporary directors in Dardenne or Ceylan have been dealing with such themes through their oeuvre but Asghar Farhadi distinctively stands out among all. His bonafide style compliments his technique big time allowing him to achieve so much through every frame, churning out most out of every character working in the process.

    As Farhadi himself stated once,…