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  • Baahubali 2: The Conclusion

    Baahubali 2: The Conclusion

    IMPORTANT : Read the warning, if not the review, of the first here because the same constraints concerning language apply here too.

    It is unreal, really, to go with mammoth expectations and be overly content with Rajamouli's musing of landscapes and arrangements only by the first half. All throughout it I had the fortunate flashes of Kathy Gibson's (one of the great critics on LB who watches more Indian films than the average Indian does and reviews them all with…

  • Baahubali: The Beginning

    Baahubali: The Beginning


    WARNING : This is not a film I would recommend to anyone who doesn't know telugu because if you are going to sell yourself for the hindi dubbing, you're in for more than 150 minutes of boredom. If you don't know any of the Indian languages then too I ask of you to hunt down the telugu version. An official bluray hasn't yet been released, the only good (telugu audio) source is this German copy. If you're going to order…

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  • Arrival



    | Repercussions of Violence |

    "The Hungarian word that Halpern refers to is "szalámitaktika." (In English, this translates to "salami tactics.") The word refers to divide the opposition, to only have to face smaller, weaker enemies."

    If the clouds envelope the mountains, why is it? If the river never stops flowing, why does it not? Where does hate stem from and why does love not supersede it? Bonds aren't as easily made as they're broken. The shadows are the accolades…

  • Sicario



    | Repercussions of Violence |

    The apex is afar and the boundaries have been moved. Words as sharp as a blade and terror that frightens every living soul. The atmosphere is an ounce less of the hydrogen it requires to combust and take everyone with it. But no, Alejandro says no. Even if the sky is bright, all you can see is darkness; darkness that has shattered order and diffused chaos among the despicable statures of drug lords. Background goes…