• Lolita

    Lolita

    Although this is a fact similar to most people, Lolita is my Kubrick's least favourite movie. The book is a complete drag that encapsulates the idea of pedophilia as a horrid thing which eroticise men in an extent where their masculinity finds itself hidden. The movie is an empty and vague description of the book. Whilst staying honest to the most part of the book, it changed a few elements which were actually good.

    Bad Mubi.

    Maybe a 6. Or something above 5.

  • Garuda Gamana Vrishabha Vahana

    Garuda Gamana Vrishabha Vahana

    ★★★★½

    An independent masterpiece. A culturally important art fiction. A perfectly executed gangster crime drama. A turbulent and polarizing view of the combination of anger and brotherhood. Above all this, Garuda Gamana Vrishabha Vahana is one of the greatest indian movies ever. I focus my attention on the 'ever' part because in my excruciating and detailed cinematic journey spanning worldwide content including my own country, I haven't reached a level of such emotive responses while watching any film as I have…

  • Life Is Beautiful

    Life Is Beautiful

    ★★★★

    The supreme singularity of one's approach to the haunting realities of life is completely in the hands of the the person who lives his life abandoned by societal norms and plagiarising thoughts!!. Kudos to you, Roberto Benigni for creating one of the most emotionally wrecking movies ever made!!!.

  • Eternals

    Eternals

    ★★★½

    I heard rumours and most possibly facts that Marvel doesn't provide maximum freedom to directors in their movies and it is reflected in the usually poor scripts and benevolent character arcs. But sometimes there comes a movie which breaks free off all the negatives of a superhero movie and creates an entire world in itself. (Endgame,Shang Chi, Infinity War.)

    I have no idea why Rotten tomatoes and Indiewire is despicable in their criticism of Eternals, but as far as aesthetics…

  • Red Rocket

    Red Rocket

    ★★★★

    I fucking love Simon Rex

  • Pain and Glory

    Pain and Glory

    ★★★★½

    In a reality where colours fade and trauma kills, Pedro Almodovar stands out of his own facade. His repeated attempts to personify his glorious youth where love met life, breaks free of all the gender and sexual taboos out there. A myriad of emotions, with its tenderness blooming like a flower and its core resonating with the plausible nature of men and women, Pain and Glory is a beautiful poem. A combination of tenacious words that mirror themselves in its…

  • Tamasha

    Tamasha

    ★★★

    സത്യം തുറന്നു പറയുന്നു. I didnt complete Tamasha. As i neared the last quarter of the movie, I realized how stupid this was. അതു വരെ എന്തിന് വേണ്ടി കണ്ടു എന്ന് ചോദിച്ചാൽ...

  • The Hand of God

    The Hand of God

    ★★★★½

    In a decade or a century there are some movies that could probably be classified as a poem instead of a visual art. Paolo Sorrentino's latest directorial The Hand Of God is a poetic notion that ultimately developed into a film.

    A beautiful portrayal of age,loss,family,friendships and above all living through all of this. Life is a misfit. Its a series of chaotic events stumbling upon each other waiting for their own turns. Its a dreary and rambunctious affair where…

  • Encanto

    Encanto

    ★★★½

    Disney still gets it!!!.

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  • C'mon C'mon

    C'mon C'mon

    ★★★★½

    Tender at its core, C'mon C'mon is a beautiful tale of emotions and relationships at their extremities. Mike Mills portrays an eloquent picture of a man lost in his moods condoned to a particular job, his life lost in the longevity of his moods. The difference a child brings into his life can be described as a ray of warmth in a rather cold environment. The bond they share consists of thousands of emotions filled together with a love that…

  • Rangasthalam