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  • Joji

    Joji

    In love with Shakespeare: A lose adaption of Macbeth directed by, Dileesh Pothan. There have been many retelling of this tragedy. But the director brings his own style. A known tale but the writing keeps you on the toes. I thought it was interesting, even after knowing what the outcome is.

    Watch his eyes: By now we all are aware of Fahadh Faasil and his unique acting talent. What he communicates with his eyes, is much complex, just like his…

  • Loving Vincent

    Loving Vincent

    ★★★★

    Mesmerizing: Created from paintings inspired by Vincent Van Gogh, this was a beautiful experience. I wasn’t able to look away for a second. The oil paintings are so hypnotic. It was like having a dream. The story itself is told in a intriguing way, which keep you invested in it. Applauds to the hundred artists who did the paintings, the animators and the whole team behind this stunning film. 
    Thanks for the experience!

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  • Minari

    Minari

    ★★★★

    A personal Story: You can’t write a movie like this unless you are deeply effected by a story like this. A Korean family moves into rural Arkansas hoping to farm and make money. They are searching for the American dream. Lee Isaac Chung tells this personal story with maximum sensitivity. 

    Walking Dead days: I’ve been a fan of Steven Yeun since the walking dead days. Matter of fact, the last episode I saw was the last one with him in…

  • Shoplifters

    Shoplifters

    ★★★★

    This movie is heartbreaking and delightful at the same time. What makes a family? Can you chose your family? These are the questions the movie asks. 

    Memorable moments shared by a family are shot and acted very well. It makes you feel like you are watching somebody’s private lives, like a fly on the wall. These moments are what makes this movie great. This is not a morally upright family, they are thieves. But the beauty of the direction of…