Yuvaraj Elamko

Yuvaraj Elamko

22 | Movies | Movies | Movies

" We're more ghosts than people "

Favorite films

  • The Prestige
  • Nayakan
  • Inglourious Basterds
  • CODA

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  • The Terminal

    ★★★½

  • Moon

    ★★★½

  • Room

    ★★★★

  • The House That Jack Built

    ★★★½

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  • The Terminal

    The Terminal

    ★★★½

    A funny and heartwarming movie. This is one such movie where you don't need to care about logic and just enjoy the actions of the main character. The whole movie takes place in an airport terminal but you don't feel the atmosphere to be too repetitive due to the brilliantly written characters. The only problem I had in the movie is the multiple side stories that take place in the movie. Some worked for me while some just seemed redundant. Overall, the Terminal is a good movie to pass your time.

  • Moon

    Moon

    ★★★½

    Great movie with excellent storytelling and setting. It was like watching an extended episode of Black Mirror. Amazing work by Sam Rockwell. He lived and breathed as his character. The first act of the film is a little slow and that is the only problem I had with the movie. Overall, a good sci-fi movie to watch with an unpredictable plot.

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  • Squid Game

    Squid Game

    First half > Second half. The twists were predictable and unnecessary. The VIPs' acting were really really bad (the writing done for them was equally bad) . Too many plot holes, but the series was engaging. Special mention to the actor playing Ali. He killed it .

  • Dune

    Dune

    ★★★★

    A sci-fi epic. Worldbuilding is comparable to the LOTR movies. The cast is great. The backdrop is beautiful and well shot. The pacing fits the vibe of the Dune world. The music was immersive and composed to perfection. Only complaint is that I would have loved to know more about the Harkonnen or the Emperor.

    Book readers mentioned that the movie is just the first half of the book and the best is yet to come. This makes me pretty excited for the sequel (fingers crossed it gets approved).

    Overall, it's a breathtaking epic from Denis Villeneuve. Make sure to watch it on the big screens.