i will refrain from making any comments right now, there are so many mixed signals, almost as if the film does not want me to come to any conclusion at all, i technically cannot i see that, but this has left me wondering if Cure is really genius or just a bad film. i will watch this again asap, and write more, better.
Jujutsi Kaisen reminds me so much of Tokyo Ghoul, although i believe the latter is obviously a more masterful piece of work, the former is still quite the formidable contender. JK utilizes its world to construct acutely emotional stories, served up with delicious slices of action. taking a closer look, one can see how proficient JK is at setting up a confrontation, both in style (the setting itself) and substance (the animation, choreography), this is also where the series most…
perhaps RRR lends itself quite well to a naive reading void of any real anti-fascist context from pre-independence, right through post-independence, down to the contemporary moment even, if one were to consider the plight of adivasis. i do not particularly enjoy making functional arguments regarding film appreciation, and yet i would say, placing the film within its contextual affect (consisting of real, living, breathing people) is indispensable as means to appreciating or critiquing the text. i guess this is calling…
Vikram just felt like noise, and that is not what i wanted to see, or expected it to feel like. having seen Kaithi, Master, and Vikram in the last two days, i have come to understand there is something fundamentally wrong about how Lokesh, the writer/director, stages scenes; credited with having brought about the next 'stage' of tamil mass masala -- which just means there is less mass/masala -- he has some mastery over what to write, in line with…